I checked the toe just with a tape in the driveway seems to be half out. You can look at one time and it looks right next time it looks off.
What I use...
you can make up a set of 'jigs' for this.
need: 2 nice and straight pieces of wood...I used quality 3/4" plywood...about
2" x42" for a 35" tire and 2 pcs of same width by wheel diameter (mine are 15") These do need to be good and straight at least along the 3/4" line which is why I used good plywood for this...more stable then solid wood.
glue & clamp the 15" pieces to the 42s at about the mid point of the 42, 3/4" edge to 3/4" edge, making one 1 jig for each side. ___-----
one bungee cord each side to attach jigs to wheels.
the 15" section edge goes flat against the wheel rim so the 42" stands out from the tire.
get the front axle up on jack stands so wheels turn freely.
bungee the jigs across the outside of each wheel/tire at wheel center, approx.
measure with tape measure from outside of jig left/right both front and rear of tires and compare. toe-in around 1/8" is supposed to be ideal for 35" tires, slightly more for larger but no more than 1/4". (from Pirate)
loosen tie rod jam nuts so you can turn TR for toe in/toe out. It doesn't take much movement of the TR to change the toe so finesse is your friend
tighten jam nuts and re-check.
I also try to take out as much play as possible between the two TR ends so the TR doesn't really move much when the nuts are torqued down. (grab the TR and try to turn it up/down) Too much play will add to a wobble problem...at least it does in my case.
Phil, how do you adjust yours?