im dropped 2.25" and dont have any big camber wear problems.bob12345 said:I dropped 1.5 and didn't need a camber kit. I can see a little bit of neg camber in the back, but a little bit (like a degree more than stock) can be a good thing for cornering, but more than that and you're just wasting tire.
cOiL said:im dropped 2.25" and dont have any big camber wear problems.
your statement about anything more than a little camber is wasting tire has no backing, btw.. ive got experiance with many different camber settings and when cornering hard, more camber is better, to a certain extent. camber does have its drawbacks, but the way i see it is if a tire isnt wearing its not doing its job.
everyone has different uses for their car. some require more negative camber and some are happy with less. it just depends on what the person is using their car for. i seriously autox my car and lots of negative camber, to a certain extent, is my friend. to a drag racer, any camber is the enemy. to the street cruiser mild negative camber is optimal to maximize the tire life and have a good compromize between accelleration and cornering performance.bob12345 said:But why set the tire up to wear wierd, and faster than it normally would, if you don't need to?