• Zakaria Hannahafiz
As discussed above, negative camber drastically improves the handling of the vehicle. Apart from this, it drastically reduces the vibrations in the wheel. However, there are drawbacks to negative camber as well. One of the drawbacks is that straight-line acceleration will be drastically reduced.
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• ### What is the effect of incorrect steering axis inclination angle?

If the angle is incorrect, it is an indication of damaged steering components. Figure 8-52 shows toe-out on turns. Note how each front wheel turns a different number of degrees. This prevents tire scrubbing and squeal by keeping the tires rolling in the right direction on corners.
• ### Is positive camber OK?

' Positive camber is for stability, while negative camber is common in high performance vehicles that require better cornering. Quick fact: While some positive or negative camber is good, too much of either is bad.
• ### What is a steep camber?

Explanation: A road that has a steep camber will slope sharply towards the kerb, causing your bus to lean towards the pavement or verge. This brings a risk of collision with objects such as overhanging trees, lampposts and bus-stop roofs.
• ### How much camber do I need for off roading?

You want a Zero Camber Angle to get the largest contact patch and therefore the greatest grip for the launch. On some off-road vehicles with up to +/- 20 inches of travel with specific suspension geometry you will see Positive Camber Angle while the vehicle is in the air.
• ### How long does a car alignment take?

one hour
Under normal circumstances, a wheel alignment will take an average of one hour, whether it's a two-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive vehicle. If there's too much wear and tear or damage on the suspension system, steering bushing, track rod, or other parts, it'll take a longer time as some components have to be replaced.