Sandman, I looked at the picture. If mine was that straight I wouldn't have even posted the question. I understand and agree with your camber comment.Its your camber, not toe and its normal.
How many people can I get to take a picture of the front of their KRX? Especially directly at the nose to include the tires and if they are straight up and down or tilted in at the top. Mine are tilted bad. I want to show the dealer that this is not normal. It wasn't that way when I bought it...www.krxforum.com
AJB, Very good information. I did something similar with a string and jack stands. My right front is toed our probably 2". I got the ball joint apart but couldn't get the rod itself to adjust. Is there a trick to breaking it loose? I'll take some pics tonight. Thankswell if you take it to the dealer don't count on it always being correct.. so other than taking it to a alignment shop .. I found several ways to get it very close.. one is using a string line on level ground at correct ride height tires aired the same-place 4 jack stands at each corner of the car about a foot away in the front and back. wrap a fence string line around each of the jack stands making a square around the car... run the back strings so they almost touch the back tires on the side move the front stands in till it almost touches the tires. start on drivers side turn steering wheel straight.. view tire left front and adjust until both front and back side of tire or rim is equal distance to string and the left rear the same with a parallel line and steering wheel straght.. do the same for the other side.. this is 0 deg.. I found setting it a 0 to 1/8" toe in is the best.. take it for a spin and make sure the steering wheel is straight.. the other quickie is clamp a 4' board to lower outside face of the front rim and use a tape measure.. have a buddy hold the tape measure on the same groove of the face of the tire you will get close enough.. but here is the spec
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agree you may get some from the neg camber but if the toe is set near 0 and the tires are aired where there is some pounce it would be minimal.. tires don't seem to last long on side by sides due to damage anyway.. but thanks for inputYou might still get uneven tire wear by driving it on the pavement, with negative camber.
Great for dirt and getting rid of track width scrub. Not so great for pavement.
For some reason I thought you were trying to get rid of the neg camber and that's why I posted the vid.
I see now that it's definitely a tow issue. If anyone at the dealer messed with it, you'd likely see tool marks. My guess is it came from the factory like that and no one at the dealer noticed it or would even know how to adjust it. Sounds like you got it, but for stuff like that, if you need help, I would find a shop that specializes in UTV/ATV suspension (if you have one within reasonable distance) before I'd let a dealership adjust it.
My 2 cents.