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Unread 08-05-2008, 06:48 PM   #1
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Anyone know how much camber / \ there should be on the front tires? And how you measure it?

Toe-in should be about 3/8" from what I read but I cant find anything about camber.

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Unread 08-07-2008, 12:53 AM   #2
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i'm not so sure you can adjust camber. at least with my lift, you can't.
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i'm not so sure you can adjust camber. at least with my lift, you can't.
My lift came with adjustable bars that mount from the bottom of the spindle to the center frame for adjusting camber.

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Still searching for an answer to this..

When you guys are looking at your front end from a distance, are the tires angled in at all or do they look perfectly straight up and down?

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Is your lift an A arm type? If so, chamber such as / \ this would only get to be more angle as the front end went down. As when absorbing shock. I'm not sure that is what you want? So I'm saying I would want it sitting staight with the normal load in it. (one or two persons in it)
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Is your lift an A arm type? If so, chamber such as / \ this would only get to be more angle as the front end went down. As when absorbing shock. I'm not sure that is what you want? So I'm saying I would want it sitting staight with the normal load in it. (one or two persons in it)

I was looking for how they should sit with no load at all. I put a bubble level on the outside of the tires and set it so the bubble was just touching the outside line.. I'll re-set it so its straight with no load and see how it handles..

Before adding my lift the toe-in and camber were out but since I can adjust that with the new lift now, I have already noticed a difference in both acceleration and speed.

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