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can someone explain to me what camber does, and how it affects our cars? (Fox's of course)
 

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Forgive me if i'm bass aackwards....

Camber is your Left-right position of the wheel.
Caster is your In-Out(Toe-In or Toe-Out) position of your wheel.

How does it effect ALL cars including foxes. If you have wrong camber or caster settings, you will have a broken control-arm or busted wrecked up tires.

I'm going to assume you are looking at adujustable camber/caster plates for you to ask that question and here's my answer/ If you plan to lower youre car, buy them, they are easy to install and will fix the geomerty of your ride height(I know I sounded like jegs) but I've owned a pair of BBK ones and they really do fix the alignment of your car. Plus you feel that your car is not (fighting the road)
 

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Toe is adjusted with tie rods, camber is the angle if youre facing the car / \ is negative, \ / is positive. caster is like a shopping cart front wheel, or caster, from the driver side of the car the wheels center line will look like \ from balljoint, to strut mount.
 
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