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    so its the camber not the aligment?


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    Quote Originally Posted by BabyBuddha831 View Post
    so its the camber not the aligment?
    camber is part of the alignment. you can call it alignment issue aswell.
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    i have the same exact problem :| not lowered either.

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    i read some where in the tsb section that they had stock car alignment issues so should be covered under warranty for your realignment but not sure about the tire

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    the only problem i see is that youre doing your tire rotation at 12,4xx mi.
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    car needs camber to handle good.

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    That seems like a lot of camber wear for a stock alignment. I run -3.0 degrees in the front and I'm not even seeing that much, even after 8k miles of not rotating... I can't imagine what it's gonna be like once I start running 1/8" toe out in the front....

    Anyway, I just realized this thread is kinda old. I hope you got this taken care of.

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