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11 Toe is the angle of both wheels as they relate to one another. We’re either toe-in or toe-out. Toe is adjusted at the steering linkage tie-rod ends. On worm and sector steering ’65-’73 cars, fine thread adjustments run the rod ends in or out to control toe. From ’74-up, rack and pinion came with easy rod end adjustments. For ease of steering and a smooth return to center, you want a pinch of toe-in. Toe out causes sluggish steering and a sloppy return to center.