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#5: 08-16-2012, 06:24 AM
 
 canadianelbow
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So you have -.1 degree camber on the left, and -1.4 degree on the right? The car is going to constantly be trying to turn left. ic you Sta d a ways back from the front end of your car, you will see a substantial difference in how far the right wheel leans in at the top, compared to the left. You cannot miss a 1.3 degree difference from side to side.

The numbers themselves are more important to be equal from side to side, than what the actual number is. Some negative adds stability, but your side to side difference is a problem. You have something bent if that is truly the best they can do. Besides that, the -2 starting point was a strong indicator that something is bent in the first place. Camber bolts may fix your problem, but I would change the damaged part before going down that road.