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    Default bad camber!!

    iv lowered my car and now the camber on my rear wheels is ruining my tyres very quickly. can i fix this??

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    After lowering a car you should always get a full four wheel alignment done. Not just a four wheel tracking check though, a FULL geometry check on a Hunter machine or similar.
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    Mine done the same - destroyed the rear tyres every 6months.
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    where did you get them fixed?

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    there is adjustment on the rear wheels its a centric bolt at the bottom, u could adjust it rufly ure self untill u get it done properly

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    also belive some ats now do the full 4 wheel thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 06sri View Post
    also belive some ats now do the full 4 wheel thing.
    They do, its very good, comparable with the Hunter system.

    Get it sorted it will save you in the long run.

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