I'm trying to get my toe in dialed in a little better. Right now its 3/8" on each side. Is that ok or what should it be or be between?
Yeah it's a PITA to adjust, esp. when you are alone doing it. Thing is, as soon as the suspension is compressed a little bit, the alignment changes. There is also the surface on which you are, it's easy to have the tires a bit off because they are on cement or asphalt for example.Ok thanks. Mine is a pain in thr ass cause I would move it a little bit then for some reason it would be way out. I guess I have to be a little more patient with it.
Actually, alignment is supposed to be done with the rider on the bike. When the suspension compresses and extends, the alignment changes.someone was saying to do it while it's up on the stand. so the wheels are off the ground. I was doing it on concrete in the garage.
Yeah it's a damn PITA If anyone else has tricks to share I'm all ears, I just shared how I've been doing it for years. One thing is sure though, you'd rather have toe-in than toe-out. Toe-out really makes the machine unpredictable.I was checking it last weekend it I would measure it and it would go from 1/2" to dead even on the toe in. I would roll it back and forth pick it up and drop it, then see where it was at. So after a few minutes of it changing I just gave up and I guess it's good. i even sat on the front and measured it, still would bouce all over for the measurements. It never got over 1/2 toe in (1/4 on each side).