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Help please - steering set up

Discussion in 'FG Monster Truck / Beetle' started by Madtrucker, Mar 21, 2007.

  1. Madtrucker

    Madtrucker Member

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    Can anyone tell me what the "standard" FG set up is for toe in/out on the front and rear axles of the MT?

    Would also be useful if you can tell me how to measure it. I don't have access to any special gear to measure - so centre distances from serov saver to steering arm is probably the closest I can get.

    For info the truck has the ball raced servo saver from FG on it - with the standard plastic uprights.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Bigger the Better

    Bigger the Better LSF Plus Member
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    I wondered the same thing and finally figured that my truck is usually bouncing off rocks, mud, hills and only spends a little time on road so I eyed it and made sure it went straight on pavement!:) Oh well, its working for me.:)
     
  3. marder69

    marder69 Well-Known Member

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    Take a look under FG MARDER guyrs,some new set up tips in there for you! Hope it helps!
     
  4. hitman1985

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    depends on fg, most of the time they don't really set it perfect, so you have to do your adjustments. greets andre
     
    #4 hitman1985, Mar 22, 2007
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