8-9. FRONT WHEEL TOE-IN ALIGNMENT (Contd)
c. Toe-in Adjustment
Loosen two locknuts (3) and screws (1.1) securing clamps (1) on each adjusting sleeve (2).
Toe-in can be increased or decreased by changing length of tie
rods. A threaded sleeve is provided for this purpose. Both tie rods
must be the same length ± 1/8 in. (3 mm) after adjustment.
Turn each adjusting sleeve (2) equally, but in opposite directions.
Roll vehicle rearward, then forward, to original position.
Repeat toe-in check and adjustment procedures until correct adjustment is indicated.
Ensure bolt and nut on adjusting sleeve clamp nearest to geared
hub is facing halfshaft. Bolt and nut on adjusting sleeve clamp
nearest to frame must be facing 180° away from stabilizer bar to
prevent damage to equipment.
Secure two clamps (1) on each adjusting sleeve (2) with two screws (1.1) and locknuts (3). Tighten
locknuts (3) to 30 lb-ft (40 Nm).