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      04-23-2021, 10:33 AM   #1
bmw335ie90
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Drives: 2011 335i M Sport
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Alignment Specs (toe) for Increased Camber

I just replaced my Continental DWS 06's for Michelin PSS's and I underestimated how much meatier and square the PSS's are. I'm now getting a ton of rubbing on dips.

I have M3 Front control arms and the front struts are currently set at the most positive camber setting (pushed all the way out). I'm going to take it in for an alignment and have them push the struts all the way in and remove the alignment pin which should give me -1.2-1.5 * front Camber. I'm also going to have them set the rear camber to -2.5*.

Will stock toe settings be okay with this camber or will I chew through the PSS's? I have a square setup and these tires are not directional so I will be able to rotate and mitigate some of the inner wear.

Here is my last alignment sheet if interested.


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