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Unread 09-30-2012, 09:52 PM   #11
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That's also a great way to explain it Lol
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Unread 09-30-2012, 11:45 PM   #12
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After seeing the diagram I realized that I was incorrect I do not have a toe issue I have a camber issue

The top of my front wheels lean ( camber ) out.

Its not a lot but Im concerned about handling and tire wear.

Is the repair mentioned above correct this issue or just correct a toe issue
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After seeing the diagram I realized that I was incorrect I do not have a toe issue I have a camber issue

The top of my front wheels lean ( camber ) out.

Its not a lot but Im concerned about handling and tire wear.

Is the repair mentioned above correct this issue or just correct a toe issue
Because of the design of the rhox lift, the adjustment I mentioned will fix the camber issue. So by adjusting the wheels do they toe out slightly ( which they should anyways) it will also bring the camber back into the proper alignment.
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I will post a picture of the camber maybe you can tell me if I need to adjust, it a slight top out camber, are you saying that is normal ?
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Definitely post some photos, it will help us understand how much camber you've got.

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by adjusting the wheels do they toe out slightly ( which they should anyways)...
Why do you recommend Toe Out? I had always understood the correct setting was 1/8" to 1/4" of Toe In...
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Here is one pic.

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Here is the other side.

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Definitely post some photos, it will help us understand how much camber you've got.



Why do you recommend Toe Out? I had always understood the correct setting was 1/8" to 1/4" of Toe In...
We find with a slight amount of Toe out the cart is far less darty, when you have toe in we find that the cart becomes noticeably more unstable.
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Unread 10-01-2012, 09:33 AM   #19
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Thinking of lifting my DS just to get some clearance for chrome wheels low profile tires. I came across a youtube video showing the installation of a spindle kit.
I googled youtube
DIY golf cart garage lift kit installation.
25 minutes, about half way thru it shows lineing up front wheels.
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Here is one pic.

I wouldn't make any adjustments to that it looks fine. You also will find once you load the cart up it will be pretty much gone.

But you have very little camber to speak of there!
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