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  • Eibach Recommended Align. Kit

  • …Pro-Kit or Sportline spring set, a vehicles' alignment should always be checked. Oncelowered, a wheel's camber may become "increasingly negative," meaning the top of the tire is angled inward (toward the center of the vehicle). While some negative camber aids in improving traction and road ...

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  • Winter Wheels and Tires: A Few Maintenance Tips

  • alignment before installation and, of course, throughout their use to get the most out of them. Caster, camber and toe tweaks typically come into play when adjusting alignment, but you'll want to be most aware of the camber and toe settings. Caster settings don't typically affect tire wear. Camber:

  • Spring Sale on Sumitomo HTR Z III

  • …wear quality to help reduce noise throughout the tire's life, especially on vehicles with independent suspensions and alignment settings that specify negative camber. Straight and wide circumferential grooves along with long, sweeping lateral grooves evacuate water from under the tire's…

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  • Why do tires wear on the inside?

  • …negative camber will push the vehicle in the direction of the tire that lost grip. The vehicle may become more susceptible to tramlining. Excessive camber may also reduce the straight-line grip needed for rapid acceleration and hard stops. How can you help minimize this? Regular wheel alignments

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