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  • Gurmeet Singh
    Front -2 to -2.5 degrees, toe 1/16" in (+. 25 deg) & Rear 0 to -0.5 degrees, toe 0. Excessive toe is what causes uneven tread wear, not camber.25 abr 2003
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