Axle camber deflection information
I know that this is a strange question, but what is generally considered to be normal in terms of the camber on each side of the axle? The reason that I ask is that when setting my alignment before an event this week, the laser rack notified me that I had -0.2 degrees of camber on the back left, and -0.3 degrees of camber on the back right.
The reason that I worry is that one of the venues that I frequent for local level practice before a larger event is extremely rough (as in a Z06 had a shock go through the shock tower, and an Audi lost two tires and a wheel to an expansion joint that had become quite a bit less than level), and I am wondering if my 8.8 is starting to deflect where the tubes enter the center case.
Unfortunately, it appears that I am not allowed to weld my tubes in to the center, or run an axle reinforcement tool such as a swarr bar due to the rule book limits on lateral chassis stiffening devices.
2014 Mustang V6-Built to run TTB, CAM-C, and ESP
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