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Old 06-14-2019, 06:09 AM   #6
JIM THEO
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You zeroed the previously -1 degree front camber which gives you more contact patch and heavy steering.
I did the opposite and have lighten my steering.
IMHO if you drive on good roads follow the previous suggestions for much more camber front and slightly less rear, if you drive on slippery and bumpy roads as I do donít add more than -1.5 degrees camber front/rear, I added 1mm/wheel toe out front and 0 rear cause I have more camber rear that I canít adjust as I wanted!
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