I have always determined toe-in as the measured difference between the front of the tires and the rear of the tires. Have I been doing it wrong?
Here we have a perfect example of ME, thinking I might understand something, when I actually don’t know much at all.
The link shared by tclederman has me thinking that I’ve been wrong about how to calculate toe.
In the link he shared, it looks like I’ve explained it wrong on my website, which I’ll be happy to correct once I have a better understanding.
So for the sake of easy math and discussion, if the front side of the tires are 50” apart and the rear side of the tires are 51” apart, how much toe in does it have?