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Old 05-19-2019, 10:45 AM   #1
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Looking to camber my front to help with fitment issues. Should I expect parts to wear prematurely? Will it be noticeable? Iím aware it depends on how much camber, but it will be conservative. Thank you in advance.
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Camber bolts should give you -1.5 degrees. Nothing will wear prematurely. Negative camber should help with fitment of wider wheels / tires so it will be noticeable in a good way.
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Camber bolts should give you -1.5 degrees. Nothing will wear prematurely. Negative camber should help with fitment of wider wheels / tires so it will be noticeable in a good way.


Appreciate it! If it makes any difference, Iíll be adding camber with my coilovers top hat. Have too fat of tires right now and I need to go lower lol


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