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    After a few years I am getting N43955 back in shape after hitting a snow bank on skis. Does anyone have any specs as far as "toe-in" for the gear? Being an auto tech almost all cars have a slight toe-in. If I am splayed, is there any simple way of adjusting or changing it? Doing a rough measurement I have about 1/4" of toe out right now. Thanks for any info.

  • #2
    A big long pipe on the axle.

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    • #3
      I've always set them from 1/16 to 1/8" toe in. Like 3D said...big long pipe on the axle with pads and tweak it in. Make sure you measure and use a chalk line to make sure which one needs adjusting.
      John
      I'm so far behind, I think I'm ahead

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      • #4
        Thanks tribe. I will put a nice long pipe and do some bending.

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        • #5
          Covered before, also look at page 3 for more comments from Astjp2, (Tim), on this. https://vb.taylorcraft.org/forum/tay...a-bc12-d/page4
          Cheers,
          Marty


          TF #596
          1946 BC-12D N95258
          Former owner of:
          1946 BC-12D/N95275
          1943 L-2B/N3113S

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