Re: Negative Camber Eating my Tires
yea take it to a shop that just does alignments. I've just taken classes on steering, suspension, and alignment, and learned there's lot's of guys out there that just set up the car and try to get it in the green but don't really know what they're doing.
I'd have them check thrust angle, SAI. of course since the ride height has changed they'll have to compensate for that and should know how to do that.
99 Cobra: flowmasters, 18x9.5 cobra R's, soon to be tuned and geared. daily driver
99 V6:in avatar, Mac Cai, true duals/flowmaster 40's ,UDP, custom tuned, bullitt suspension 18" wheels...taken by mother nature