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I was just wondering the positive and negative impacts of a front camber kit on a front wheel drive car. i am going with superlow kingsprings on my camry and belive the camber kit will eliminate scrubbing and will also look good. im not sure what to call the camber i am going to apply, but the top would be rotated towards the engine. so thats negative camber right?

so i alredy know about the uneven tyre wear, that is without rotation so please let me know of your experiences and knowledge of this mod.
 

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it's mostly to keep your tires straight so u don't get uneven wearing... toward the engine is - out is +
 

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A little bit of negative camber is okay. But to much will cause excessive wear on the inside of the tires.


Theres camber, caster, and toe.
 

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So are there any effects on handling? so a camber of around -1.5 degrees would be good? not to much?
 
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