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Old 03-31-2015, 05:38 PM   #1
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Any other 2011's with the stanced front tires look? I think my suspension may be off but my dealer says he has to do an alignment before he'd know for sure. If you don't know what I'm talking about my front tires are slightly tilted inward burning off all the tread on my tires quicker than it should.


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Sounds like it's running too much negative camber.


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^^ Which is the "stanced" look you're mentioning. If you want that look, accept your tire's fate, if you don't want it, see about removing that camber. How much are you lowered / what springs are you running?
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^^ Which is the "stanced" look you're mentioning. If you want that look, accept your tire's fate, if you don't want it, see about removing that camber. How much are you lowered / what springs are you running?

I don't want the look and the car is as stock as could be


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Your alignment is out of whack then. Get it checked.


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Get your tools out! Time to align that sum *****
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Sounds like it's running too much negative camber.


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Your alignment is out of whack then. Get it checked.


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Get your tools out! Time to align that sum *****

+1

I told you what everyone here said 3 weeks ago, and you said, you just got one a year ago, so it's not that.

I said yeah sometimes you might need an alignment more than once a year. I usually get one 2-3xs a year.
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I usually get an alignment every 6 months. Especially if it's seen rough roads

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