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Old 02-25-2016, 01:50 PM   #1
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Will -1 camber get rid of this tire poke?




I want the top of the tire to be flush, will -1 camber accomplish this? Thanks.

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I want the top of the tire to be flush, will -1 camber accomplish this? Thanks.

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No, thats a lot of poke. It will tuck the top in a little but the middle of the tire will not change and the bottom will poke out more.

edit: read updated post, I would say 3-4 maybe to get where you need, but I am no expert on "hella-flush" hahaha
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whats your wheel specs and tires? that "looks" like something similar to a 9" width with 245 tires, and on stock suspension...
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245 with 18x8.5 +30, anything I can do do the suspension to reduce poke? Doesn't need to be flush I just don't want to be kicking up rocks and ruining my paint/hitting people behind me.

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No, thats a lot of poke. It will tuck the top in a little but the middle of the tire will not change and the bottom will poke out more.

edit: read updated post, I would say 3-4 maybe to get where you need, but I am no expert on "hella-flush" hahaha
I don't care if it pokes out at the bottom, it's mostly the top I care about for aesthetics.

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Just by eyeballing it I would guess -3 is were you should start
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You will likely need more negative camber. Add camber, possibly lower it (if the height bothers you, aesthetically), add mud flaps.
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Just by eyeballing it I would guess -3 is were you should start
Isn't -3 a lot? I don't want to wear on my tires excessively. I also don't need hella flush, almost flush will do.

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lowering+camber is gonna be the best you can do
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Isn't -3 a lot? I don't want to wear on my tires excessively. I also don't need hella flush, almost flush will do.

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-3 is on the higher side, but its doable.

Toe has more of an effect on tire wear. Just hit up the track/canyon to keep things even.
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lowering+camber is gonna be the best you can do
Why does lowering a car tuck the wheels in?

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I would say that approx -2 camber will help pull in the top as much as possible and still won't promote excessive shoulder wear. Once you pass 2 ish and don't flog the car at a track, you will start to notice the uneven wear on a McPherson type front suspension setup. I got 17x9 +35 and got neg 1.7 up front with a single set of camber bolts (with lowering springs) and it made it much better. I'm not as familiar with your wheel width and offset however...
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You would need to have different wheels / tires to run less camber and not poke.
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You're changing the suspension geometry and the control arm angle relative to vehicle as it sits lower. The lower you go, the more uncorrected neg camber you'll get
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