|05-02-2008, 11:28 AM||#1|
Not Yet Wild
Join Date: May 2008
Camber Adjustment on Lynx
I have a 2007 Lynx and the front wheels appear to have a good bit of positive camber. (the wheels look like this from the front \ / ) Is that normal? I expect that positive camber would make turning/steering easier off-road and the Lynx is a hunting vehicle designed for off-road use. So, maybe it is designed that way, but it seems to be a bit touchy when steering at top speeds and feels a little top heavy in turns and on curves. I am thinking that adjusting the camber to bring the tops of the wheels in and the bottoms out would give it some more stability. Is there a way to adjust that?
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