Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:57 pm
The excerpt from the manual, as posted by @Stampe is somewhat ambiguous in it's wording, however, the phrase " .Piston requires renewal if toe in is less than 1/8 inch”.
would seem to confirm that toe-in is standard.
That would seem logical. Assuming the stub-axles are outboard of the legs, the drag on the wheels would tend to pull them backward and hence they'd twist about the leg and try to splay outwards .
RWD cars invariably have front-wheel toe-in for this reason, whereas FWD cars toe-out. ones with soft suspension-bushes can clearly show an initial forward movement of the wheels when pulling away. the change to toe-in, when this happens, is too small to see, but tyre wear can be quite marked and rapid. Excessive Toe in wears the outside edge, toe out, the inside edge....all bets are off if camber or castor are wrong!