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Join Date: Dec 2008
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Negative camber, ways to fix?
Had a buddy that works at the stealership come over last night. he was checking the progress on the car. im needing to get my front end aligned pretty seriously. Well last night he taught me a pretty cool trick that i hadnt thought of, and im sure alot of you know this already but for those that dont....
If your worried about your cars front tires "toeing" in, you can take a tape measure and measure center of the tire to the center of the tire on the front side of the tire and on the rear side of the tire. these two measurements should be basically identical.
mine started out 1.5 inches different so i got them pretty close to perfect last night. now i need to adjust the negative camber. i know caster camber plates will help this alot! i was wondering, would i be able to get it basically aligned myself so that when i take it to the stealership all they have to do is set it on the machine and tweak it slightly?
Also, found this one kinda funny. i've got my front bumper off right now for painting, and my buddy told me i better leave it off because with it on they cant get it onto their machine?! its tooo low!!! haha
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