[Land-speed] TOE IN
dlodom at charter.net
Tue Jul 10 08:50:42 MDT 2007
John Burk wrote:
>>How can you measure ackerman if you do not know the length of the steering
>arms and the >distance they are apart?
>Doug , if the ackerman is correct the axis of each front wheel crosses the
>axis of the rear wheels at the same point . If the left front is turned 1 deg
>left and the wheel base is 10 ft the radius of that triangle is 573 ft . If
>the front tread is 4 ft the right front triangle (10 x 577) is .0993 deg .
OK, Now if the ackerman is not correct after you measure it, what will
you change to make it correct?
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