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I know the factory rear alignment specifications call for a some degrees of camber, but I am just happy with this wearing out the inside of the rear tires. Will the tires wear a little more evenly if I adjust the rear to the minimum the car will allow? I do not track this car or am I worried about losing some handling, I just want the tires to wear evenly. All the other alignments are within specifications.
 

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I know the factory rear alignment specifications call for a some degrees of camber, but I am just happy with this wearing out the inside of the rear tires. Will the tires wear a little more evenly if I adjust the rear to the minimum the car will allow? I do not track this car or am I worried about losing some handling, I just want the tires to wear evenly. All the other alignments are within specifications.
Reduce camber, reduce toe in.
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Jerry
 

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Seems a lot on here reduce the rear camber, every time I look at mine, it looks like some sort of drift thing, and I think I'll be dialling it out.
 
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