That would be only on the r/r,you could toe the l/r out and the r/r in if the car needed it.If your housing has 1/16 toe out on the r/r you might need to shorten the wheelbase 3/4 to 1'' to get some toe in in the r/r.With r/r toe in the thrust angle of the tire is pointing toward the center of the car.When you pick up the throttle the r/r drives toward the infield and keeps the car tight letting you apply more power. with r/r toe out the r/r wants to go to the wall you have to back steer and this makes it harder to get under a car coming off the corner.You always want to check the rear axle alignment because if you crash and have to put a new axle under it and the new one is toed different you could waste 2 or 3 weeks getting the car back right.I've checked a lot of housing,the winters quickchanges are good out of the box ,but the junkyard and 5 on 5 floaters are all over the place .I have found over years of racing that if my r/r has 1/16 to 1/8 toe in and the car is still loose I need to look at the springs,weight shocks etc..
Great info! checked mine an it has 0 toe, and we have had to shorten our wheel base 3/4" to tighten the car and it does just like you have stated, to far cocked one way or the other and it will try to drive it self into the infield or into the wall! So you have nailed exactly what has been going on with my car. the 1/8 toe in on the rear should really help and keep our rear end straight in the chassis well find out this weekend thanks!!!!!!