I don't know the exact numbers you need to take it to a shop for that, but the basic thing is the tires turning in on each other or turning out or away, any thing other then straight. An indication would be the car wanting to "dart" from side to side and having to hold the steering wheel in a position other then straight for the car to go straight.
Toe to Toe was created in 1992.
Toe is adjusted at the outer tie rod.
1992 Rich Camarillo P Phoenix
2005 Dodge neon has a rear adjustment for TOE only
In a year, you do not actually have to break your toe, you break your toe only if you're careless. I have never broken my toe, and I am 29. There are rumours that you break your foot at least 14 times a year. I'm a doctor and I know that, that is nonsense.
The pinky toe (smallest toe) is a toe.
You could say "Watch out! Be sure to dodge the Edge of that Table, or you may Stub your Toe!"
my left toe
Hallux (big toe) Second toes (long toe) Third toe (middle toe) Fourth toe (ring toe) Fifth Toe (pinky toe, baby toe, or little toe)
Head 2 Toe - 2003 40-Year Old was released on: USA: 1 November 2003
No the little toe is lateral to the big toe, and so the big toe is medial to the little toe.
I had my second toe straightened in August of 2010. Even though it is straight, it is much shorter than it was and has raised high enough that the third toe is bending down under the raised toe, causing severe callouses on the bottom of my feet which are very painful. I had the hammer toe about a year. Even though the raised toe is not as painful, I am still unable to wear most shoes and need a lot of padding to even walk.
The small toe is lateral to the big toe. The big toe is closer to the midline of the body.
The middle toe is lateral to the big toe. The big toe is closer to the midline of the body.
The little toe is lateral to the big toe. The big toe is closer to the midline of the body.
The middle toe is lateral to the big toe. All of the toes on a foot are lateral to a big toe.
Little Toe or Fifth Toe
I think you're referring to: toe-may-toe/ toe-mah-toe :).
The great toe is medial to the little toe. It is closer to midline.
"Morton's toe" is the technical term for the second toe being longer than the first. This can also be referred to as "Morton's Foot", "Greek foot", "Royal Toe", "LaMay toe", "Sheppard's Toe" and Morton's syndrome or long toe syndrome.
Yes, hence the name "big toe"
The little toe is the smallest toe on a human foot.