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  • Why do tires wear on the inside?

  • …of the inner tire wear problems together. If you look down the side of your car, you will notice the rear tires are "tipped" in a little bit, this is called negative camber. Negative camber causes both tires to lean on the axle towards the center of the vehicle. All four tires develop an…

  • Honda S2000 STR Class Tire & Wheel Package

  • …three different finishes depending on the look you want. The Bridgestone tire is as good as it gets for a street tire. In fact, they are almost a track tire for the street. With this package and a little added negative camber, the car will be very quick in the autocross. So if you want to be the top…

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  • Is Camber Correction Necessary When Lowering?

  • …degrees of negative camber. Not everyone is looking for large amounts of negative camber for race use. Typically, most passenger vehicles tend not to exceed 1-1.5 degrees as they leave the factory. Having a lesser degree of camber helps with tire wear and is the primary cause for camber correction.…

  • 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 ...

  • Love is...Autocrossing. And Tire Rack.

  • …40 lbs. from the car while still having plenty of cranking power." SPC Adjustable Ball Joint "Installed in the front upper control arms, the SPC ball joints add additional adjustment range to the OEM suspension so we can get sufficient negative camber to optimize tire performance."

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  • Winter / Snow Tire Maintenance Tips from the Tire Rack Experts

  • …tread depth of new tires is more sensitive to any issues. Of the three normal alignment adjustments (caster, camber and toe), camber is the most important to keep an eye on as too much positive camber will wear the outside edges of your tires, while too much negative camber will wear the inside…

  • Caring for Your Tires: Even the Experts Aren't Perfect

  • …much negative camber, bent wheels, winter tires in the summer, and numerous other sins against proper tire care. While defects do happen, modern tires from reputable brands tend to have extremely good quality control. But since everything the car does goes through the tires, it's the tires that…

  • Road Trip Season

  • …depth on the inside, middle and outside areas of the tread; sometimes alignment settings can lead to uneven wear. A car with too much negative camber may have a tire that looks fairly new on the outside shoulder and is down to the cords on the inside edge. View our accessories to find the products…

  • Winter Tech Information - Winter Maintenance Tips

  • …influence on tire wear. Camber is important and is used to describe the vertical tilt of your tires. If the top of the tire tilts outward it is called positive camber, and if it tilts inward it is called negative camber. The camber settings that should be used with winter tires are the vehicle…

  • E46 M3 Track Tires and Wheels

  • …with tire, damper and spring choices. Most drivers will find that running 3.5-3.8 degrees of negative camber and zero toe for the front to be optimum. You'll need to get adjustable camber plates for the front so you can run that much negative camber. For the rear, 2.4-2.6 negative camber and the…

  • Tire Tech Information - Solo Spec Coupe Tire Care and Feeding

  • negative camber settings and larger than stock anti-roll bars limiting body roll, you may find pressures at the low end of the range provide maximum grip on some surfaces. Pay close attention to tire shoulder wear when experimenting with lower pressures to maximize tire life and grip. Tire pressures…

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