1966 Mustang Hardtop 289 4 Speed
Throw in some excessive toe-in adjustment . Messed around with wheel alignment yesterday and today. I got rid of the GW S-23's for SD Performance springs. I had 4.5 degree caster and -1.5 camber and 1/16 toe but after an evening of driving it still didn't feel right to me. I ended up dialing it back to 3 degrees caster and - 1 degree camber. What may feel right for the track may not feel right for the street so I dialed it back. I didn't touch the toe and decided to drive around the block. As soon as I turned from my driveway to get on the street I knew something was amiss. I could turn the wheel with my baby finger, it felt like power steering. As I turned the wheel to go around a turn I could hear the squeal from the tires. I babied it back home and got out to look at the front wheels. I was surprised to see the excessive toe-in and my steering wheel was way off. Got the gauge out and re-set the toe to 1/8th and went for an hour run. What a difference, it was a thrill to drive. Big thanks to @Huskinhano and @patrickstapler for guidance. Both guys have always responded whenever I reached out. Great guys and great forum.