Toe: The toe angle can be seen by looking directly down at the top of your model. If the front edge of the tires are pointing in toward each other this is referred to as toe-in (stand with your feet parallel and point your toes in toward each other); likewise, if the front of the tires are pointing away from each other this is referred to as toe-out (stand with your feet parallel and point your toes away from each other).
To adjust the toe setting on your model: Set the steering trim on the transmitter to neutral, and ensure that the steering servo is centered at its neutral point. Now adjust your steering turnbuckles so that both wheels are pointing straight ahead and are parallel to each other (0 degrees toe-in). This will ensure the same amount of steering in both directions.
Camber: The camber angle can be seen by looking directly at the front or rear of your model. Negative camber is shown when the top of the tire tilts toward the vehicle, and positive camber is exhibited by the top of the tire pointing away from the vehicle. The Bandit, Rustler, Stampede, Stamped 4X4, and Telluride feature fixed camber links, which means that front and rear camber adjustments are not possible. If you install the optional front and rear tie rods, and the necessary rod ends/hollow ball connectors, front and rear camber adjustment will then be possible.
If you have installed the adjustable camber links then it is important that you set the front and rear camber properly to insure balanced handling and long tire life. Use a camber gauge, a square or a right angle triangle to set the camber angle properly. Adjust the front and rear camber angles so that the wheels have 2-degrees of negative camber. This is basically the factory setting, but you'll now be able to make subtle camber adjustments to suit changing track conditions.