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      01-30-2013, 12:03 PM   #4
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You may not get the increased tire life you are expecting. Once a wear pattern is set into a tire, it will continue that pattern. It is no longer a flat even surface. Even though it is slanted, swapping where the slant sits doesn't change the fact that its there. Camber pushes some of the force to the inner corner of the tire, but the majority of the force acting on your tire is downward force. Your camber will continue to press on the thicker inside edge now, but the worn outside edge will still continue to wear faster from the downward force acting on it.
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