I'm riding a new bike (new to me) and I am unfamiliar riding with some of the components, specifically the cantilever cross brakes. On my road bike, I toe in the brake pads to help with noise, feel, modulation, etc.
On this bike, the brake pads contact the rim pretty much evenly and don't have much modulation. They are making a fair amount of noise right now. I've done the obvious things to fix this besides toeing in the pads. However, they don't really sit in and tilt around slightly on a rounded bushing when loosened like on normal road calipers, allowing for toeing in.
Is it possible to toe in the pads on these brakes? If so, how?