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Camber on rear wheels?


josh72ooh2
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How on earth do you adjust the camber on the rear wheels?

I threw on larger wheels and started to notice upon actually 'looking' for it, that my rear wheels have some slight tilt to them. Nothing majorly drastic but they definitely aren't square.

How would one correct for this?

-josh

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Thanks. Like i said, it isn't that bad. I think one side is worse than the other... but it is slight.

For some reason i thought these cars were supposed to be square back there.

Thanks for clearing it up. i figured the worst that could happen is that tires get worn a wee bit prematurely.

-J

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tires only wear out with more camber if all you do is go in a straight line. camber helps the tire stay flat when cornering.

solution to inside tire wear.....go around more corners....faster!

:-)

haha, I'll just tell the cops I'm maintaining safe tire wear.

Check the diff mount.

Cheers,

Ray

will do. Tx.

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