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      09-25-2011, 01:49 AM   #37
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Originally Posted by tibra1 View Post
I dont recall you ever mentioning this when we spoke about camber assuming I dont drive much on the freeway what is the max camber I can go in the front..w/o totally wasting the tires and experiencing tramline..
There are many variables...Road conditions, tire design, alignment settings and so on.

Tires(low profile, stiff sidewall, high performance tires) have the most direct influence on tramlining so will worn out(camber plates in this case will help you) suspension components. Camber settings of -1 to -1.5 will be fine, you may not even feel the tramlining.
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