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      01-14-2017, 10:56 PM   #1
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Max steering angle at HDPE/Roadcoarse

Looking for some input on maximum expected steering angle on average road coarse situations. On my Supra, I found myself steering almost 120 degrees on one or two corners, depending how deep I would enter them. Do most of you never exceed 90deg?

Reason for asking: I'm testing fitment of some wheels, removed my springs, and am trying to clear fender/liner obstructions. At 180 deg steering angle, I'm doing good at maximum compression, but anything more than that and these wheels will rip the fenders out!
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Even if you don't exceed the 180 under normal conditions if you spin or have an "off" it's likely you're going farther than that IMHO.
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