Finally went and got cornerweighted.

Jon Pennington
Tue, 2 Sep 2003 15:44:17 -0500

The more toe-out you have, the more it's going to wander like a MOFO at
highway speeds.  I had zero toe with -1* camber  on the front of my B15
(with 1/8" toe in rear), and it tramlined to a very annoying degree.  I
went back, dialed in "0.02*" (yes, degreees) of front toe-in per side with
-1.5* of camber, and it rocks even harder in the corners, with a lot less
tramlining.  Had I the resources, I'd zero out my rear (toe, camber is set
at -1.1*) and leave the fronts alone.

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