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  • Ahmad Firdaus
    Part of a video titled HOW TO GET NEGATIVE CAMBER!! - Washer Trick - YouTube
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    So you guys know that i put some negative camber in the front i put two degrees negative camera inMoreSo you guys know that i put some negative camber in the front i put two degrees negative camera in the front using my little camber bolts and a video about that a couple weeks.

    How do you get negative camber?

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