Marks5.0! said:excessive negative camber will cause inner tire wear as well.
bimmertech said:excessive toe-in condition most likely caused by worn tie rods, or just plain out of alignment.
Caster/Camber plates, they allow you to/more adjustment with camber and caster. The stock strut towers do not have provisions for correct adjustment usually and caster/camber plates allow this. A good alignment tech, can usually make the adjustment without the plates, but the cost can be the same if not more then the plates, being he has to slot the strut tower. (Cut it out, for adjustment purposes)ja1919 said:what are cc plates going to do...why would my alignment always be off once it is aligned
ja1919 said:ok i get what the cc plates do..but why do i have to do this??? is it because my tires are too wide?? what if i just got smaller width tires, new tie rod ends and a alignment..would that fix the problem...iam on a budget, but i can get tires cheap, so it would be cheaper for me not to put cc plates on. i gotta pay for college..school suxs
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