• Y.h. Looi
Ideally, you want a camber curve that keeps the tire straight up and down when you are driving straight, and leans the tire in slightly (1 to 2 degrees of negative camber) during cornering.
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• ### How do you check wheel alignment at home?

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So if you have your feet here this would be toe in if you're looking from the back your car and thisMoreSo if you have your feet here this would be toe in if you're looking from the back your car and this would be toe out if you're looking from the back of your car so right.
• ### How do you set camber?

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You need to put both of the original bolts in and then you set that to zero on the gauge if I've gotMoreYou need to put both of the original bolts in and then you set that to zero on the gauge if I've got it somewhere on one of these gauges. Set that to zero.
• ### What is a good amount of negative camber?

For a normal car you typically want to maintain a slight amount of negative camber (0.5 - 1°) to have a good balance of cornering grip, braking grip, and tire wear. On most vehicles it's common to have slightly more negative camber (0.8 - 1.3°) in the rear to reduce the chances of oversteer (loss of grip in rear).
• ### Can you adjust front camber?

A common way to adjust camber at the front wheels of the car with Macpherson strut suspension is to install adjustable top mounts. These items fit to the top of the spring and damper set up allowing the damper angle to be altered and therefore the camber angle for the front wheel to be altered.6 jun 2017
• ### How do you know if camber is negative?

Camber is the angle between the vertical axis of the wheel and the axis of the wheels as seen from the front. If the wheel leans outward at the top, camber is positive. If the wheel leans outward at the bottom, camber is negative.22 jul 2016