Factory specs for camber angle I think are: -0.37° ± 0.5 - will your settings cause outer tire wear? Your toe in is within specs: Total : 0.1° ± 0.2°
I usually find increase in outer tire wear not so much from camber, more like a combination of negative camber and bad toe setting, mostly from bad toe settings accelerating outer wear.Factory specs for camber angle I think are: -0.37° ± 0.5 - will your settings cause outer tire wear? Your toe in is within specs: Total : 0.1° ± 0.2°
What is it you are not happy with? Hard ride?After driving around on lowering springs, I've decided to look into coilovers, again. I'm not satisfied with just springs. I usually do upgraded shocks and struts, but none are available.
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I have no accurate numbers to throw out due to not being able to set a good zero for the camber gauge and only getting measurements in inches for toe. What kicked my butt was toe, particularly the front. Plenty of trial and error and balancing family life. Multitasking. I finally dialed it in getting 72" front and 72" behind the front tire using toe plates. My camber is mostly 2 degrees with exception of one axle. But i don't really think it's accurate, but good enough to make it even I will tackle that at a later time. This stuff isn't as easy as it was. The closer to 50 you get, the longer the recovery time. LolHow off was the alignment - let us know when you get it done...