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Old 01-12-2014, 11:48 PM   #1
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What is correct toe angle for 35s?

I had brief conversation on this elsewhere on the forum but it was in the middle of a different thread and I can't find the info anymore.

Does anyone know the correct toe (in degrees) to run with 35s? If I recall, the storck toe in should be about 1/8" but I don't know what angle that converts to with 35" in tires.

I asked my local alignment shop if they could set to based on distance (1/8" toe in) but they said I'd have to provide the degrees that I wanted.

Or is stock toe fine w/ 35s?

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Old 01-13-2014, 12:16 AM   #2
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For running 35s, you want to use 1/16 toe in, which is equal to .13 degrees...

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Old 01-13-2014, 01:09 AM   #3
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I have always thought and heard it was 1/16"
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For running 35s, you want to use 1/16 toe in, which is equal to .13 degrees...
1/16" toe for 35" tires equal .1023degrees. 1/8" toe is .204degrees.
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What is correct toe angle for 35s?

.16 - .20 should work out fine.


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Old 01-13-2014, 09:03 AM   #6
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Don't know where I got 1/8 from. Thanks for the info guys.

I'm at .20 right now so looks like I'm ok (if I trust Ken).
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Don't know where I got 1/8 from. Thanks for the info guys.

I'm at .20 right now so looks like I'm ok (if I trust Ken).
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Ha !!! My minivan (the van not 3.8) is falling apart. Thank god for the Minivan forum
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Ha !!! My minivan (the van not 3.8) is falling apart. Thank god for the Minivan forum
minivan man, sweet... Why does my wife's Chrysler t/c with a jeep motor get 28 mpg at 80 mph an I can't break 20 mpg?
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Ha !!! My minivan (the van not 3.8) is falling apart. Thank god for the Minivan forum
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Omg, I thought you were joking until I saw the screenshot.

I shudder to think what kinds of questions pop up on a minivan forum. Some things that spring to mind:
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2) Show us you your cheerleader/dance stickers!! (pic section)
3) Where can I pick up some headlight fluid? (tech section)
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Lol.. The norm for older vehicles as far as questions.
A moderator owns a jeep TJ. He's on WF but infrequently.
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