Brian wrote:Negative one on camber is fine (a high performance alignment will usually be higher but we balance tire wear considerations according to mix of driving, etc).. You are missing toe here, so I will guess zero toe front and back....which is a neutral position. For lots of freeway work it is typical to Toe IN slightly front and rear to avoid tramline. And for performance it is typical to zero toe the rear and slightly toe out the front. Don't worry about the caster, go for 6.5 with that negative one camber (they are only going one direction on the caster, they can't screw it up by going the wrong direction).
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