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Mitsubishi Pajaro 1996 , What is recommended toe in ? Problem i have is a front wheel shimmy at about 43 mph. Was checking toe in and it was at 3/8 inch toe out. Have ballanced all tires , no differance. Any suggestions?

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3/8 toe out is too much, should only be about 1/16 to 1/8

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