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How do you adjust toe in on a 1994 gmc sierra 4x4 truck on front driverside wheel i have new balljoints upper and lower and new shocks and had it aligned at a service center but they didnt fix the toe in like i wanted

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Bring the Sierra back, that's why they go for test drive and you go for test drive and they should adjust it the way you want it. It may not be the toe in you want adjusted, it just may be the caster. To much toe in will cause your tires to wear out and are more likely plow around corners, even more in the rain and snowy weather.

Having more caster will give you a more stable ride on high way speeds and will not affect the wear on your tires or the any effect on tight turns.

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