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    Veteran Member Three Rings 01northernS4's Avatar
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    light rubbing and aligment camber question>>>

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    correction in title, *alignment* ... getting very light rubbing at rear with very large high speed bumps, currently running -2 degrees camber all around... considering the rubbing is soo infrequent but I do have light scuffing on the sidewall on the back tires, could I dial in 0.25 to 0.5 degrees additional negative camber if I don't want to change my setup since I love the look?

    could a quarter or half degree additional camber potentially alleviate the problem?

    alignment shop (who did a fantastic job dialing out all the toe by the way to 0, car feels fantastic!) says the rubbing will move further down the sidewall but I've heard some here say a little more camber can help.

    also, would -2.25 to 2.5 degree's be considered too much? running -2 degrees all around and some say it's the max you'd want to run

    thanks all!

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    Senior Member Three Rings USAF_Danny's Avatar
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    Depends on a number of things. Wheel size, tire size, and ride height.

    My camber is maxed in the rear.

    Wheel set up is: 19x9.5 +20 on 235/35/19

    My clear coat was burnt up from the constant rubbing prior to maxing out the rears. .5 degrees of camber is significant. But our rear camber maxes out around 2.25-3? I canít remember. Ride quality is great, just make sure you rotate your tires often.

    Anyways, hereís a picture to help.




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