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    Platinum Member Platinum Member abmotorman's Avatar
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    Drive tie bar setup

    Ok, measured my drives and found that they are set up with the props closer than the front of the drives \ / . Though my props turn out. Is this right? I could see a theory that the props push in going forward?? Any thoughts fellow cult peeps?

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    Just checked mine...1/16" toe in at the front. What is recommended?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobuzz View Post
    Just checked mine...1/16" toe in at the front. What is recommended?
    To me what you have would be correct for a "turn out" application. I adjusted mine as perfect as they could be. As long as some fat as* doesn't stand on my tie bar I should be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abmotorman View Post
    Ok, measured my drives and found that they are set up with the props closer than the front of the drives \ / . Though my props turn out. Is this right? I could see a theory that the props push in going forward?? Any thoughts fellow cult peeps?
    If Props are turning out 1/16 - 1/8 toe in so the prop torque will pull them straight at speed . If I remeber correctly, bunch of past threads on it in here.


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