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Old 04-07-2021, 07:59 PM   #1
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Default Wheel Alignment DR2A

Since new my carts front alignment is off (2018 Yamaha Adventurer sport 2+2 EFI) - this cart has a 3" lift from the factory. I am trying to adjust my alignment which I have researched and some say toe IN and others say toe OUT approximately 1/16". Anyone know for sure which way the toe is supposed to go on this cart?
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Old 04-08-2021, 06:35 AM   #2
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Default Re: Wheel Alignment DR2A

The book will tell you 0.
I prefer a smidge of toe out. The car tracks better. Toe in gives the car a loose feeling.
Check it by driving on a hard surface. Put the car in a full tight turn and listen to the front wheels. If correct, the tracking will be smooth. If the alignment is off you will hear the tires hopping.
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Old 04-08-2021, 07:33 AM   #3
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Default Re: Wheel Alignment DR2A

I agree I tow out just a hair as well, especially on carts with any lift as it feels less squirrelly at top end...
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Old 04-09-2021, 10:16 PM   #4
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Default Re: Wheel Alignment DR2A

I have my 2017 PTV toed in approximately 1/8" and even at speeds in excess of 30 mph it is not squirrely at all. Of course I also set my camber at 0. I can't stand the way the new Yamaha's have negative camber.
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Default Re: Wheel Alignment DR2A

I set mine at zero about, it has a lift. Then I run the road and if its twichy and sensitive I toe it out more little at a time. If its not very responsive and wanders then I toe it in more. Mine is worn and with the lift does have a little slop, I have new pins for it. I was able to run 38mph just fine on 22 tires. I changed some things and it ran 41 now even faster and I have not done a speed run it got a little funny at 41. I generally don't run roads or go that fast in normal use anyway.
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