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does the KSG toe thing that goes on the steering knuckle work for this?
Depends.

The amount of Front Left caster / camber changes the angle of the steering link as well as servo placement.

"match the angle of the tie rod with the angle of the upper a arm" like Dave said.
 

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wrong wrong wrong

depends how the front end is built

If you run the LF upper a arm flat than you want to use the KSG toe corrector

if you got angle in the upper arm than you don't want to use the KSG

lets stop over complicating it.

match the Upper A arm angle to the tie rod angle simple
 

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wrong wrong wrong

depends how the front end is built

If you run the LF upper a arm flat than you want to use the KSG toe corrector

if you got angle in the upper arm than you don't want to use the KSG

lets stop over complicating it.

match the Upper A arm angle to the tie rod angle simple
+1 :thumbsup:

Has always worked for me. When i ran the LF arm flat, i used to make my own steering knuckle out of two. Now i run standard assoc castor blocks, so i dont have to use much except a shim or two.
 

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I dont know if others ever did this but I ground away a little clearence on lower arm and used a upside down knuckle(2 rights) and mount ball on the bottom. Seems to work great. A lil trick a friend showed me. And like said earlier lines up perfect with top arm when running it low
-on the left that is
 
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