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Old 19-11-13, 06:28 PM   #1
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Default Tracking / Toe in / Toe out

As some of you know I've had a a problem or two lately. I'm close to getting them resolved but a local guy wants to know what the settings SHOULD be so he can check the tracking. Does anyone out there know (807 2.2 HDI Executive) I'd be most grateful as would my local guy here at HS9 5UW
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looking at autodata

you may need a 4 wheel alignment

take it to a tyre specialist they would do the full lot for around 25.00 + vat that for a full for wheel alignment
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thanks Karl I'm afraid I live a 5 hour ferry ride from the mainland at hs9 5uw the nearest tyre specialist is that far away! What's autodata is that a website?
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thanks Karl I'm afraid I live a 5 hour ferry ride from the mainland at hs9 5uw the nearest tyre specialist is that far away! What's autodata is that a website?
il print it of and scan t for you has you just carnt copy and past from the software .
you have to pay for this service and have to be in the trade of mechanics
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Karl that would be great thanks very much. Do you want may email address to send the scan or will you post it here?
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Checked the Peugeot CD's I bought years ago and similar figures to Autodata are quoted:
+1mm 0.5mm or +09' 5' (+09' = +9/60 = +0.15) all TOE IN
Check the adjacent post for the Autodata info.
Michelin reccomend setting the tracking towards 0 but within the band given above.
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Old 20-11-13, 03:44 PM   #7
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That's great Karl thanks. Just had a call to say it's ready .....all I need now is a wheel stud to replace the one that was damaged in fact I think I'll get 4 to replace all the locking wheel nuts - any thoughts where I might source these from?
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That's great Karl thanks. Just had a call to say it's ready .....all I need now is a wheel stud to replace the one that was damaged in fact I think I'll get 4 to replace all the locking wheel nuts - any thoughts where I might source these from?

internet mate,auction sites best place
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Hi Karl! I had a quick look before you replied trying all combinations of Peugeot/wheel/studs/nuts/replacement to no avail. Found that very strange?
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Hi Karl! I had a quick look before you replied trying all combinations of Peugeot/wheel/studs/nuts/replacement to no avail. Found that very strange?
you got alloys, on it are they studs or bolts?
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