I had 3° initially but after the first test drive I increased it to 6° as best I can measure. I’m using a magnet level finder on the top of the kingpin, so probably not dead on. I shall add a touch more.We'll done
Do you know how much caster you have? I go for 7 to 9 degrees with tube/solid axles and work from there. They can still wander a bit on poor roads (the lorry tracks on the M11 were hell!)
I’ve measured it as 1/8” closer together at the front, so is that 1/8” toe in? Sound about right?2 bit's of 1" ali about a metre long and 2 bungees and 2 tape measures, drive in straight to the garage and work it out from there, i posted it up on the NSRA forum as the pop is so low you can't get the tracking bits over the wheels !
I would have thought going up in size on the master cylinder would move more fluid and give increased braking by moving the slaves further or is that not how it works?Steering is a bit less ‘loose’ now, doesn’t wander around any more.
Brakes aren’t very good, I can’t lock a wheel up no matter how hard I press, but MOT passed them happily.
I might go down a size on master cylinders, I think they are both 3/4”. Then I can probably tweak my balance bar system to get the best all round braking.