Originally Posted by JS11
i don't think theres a point for the camber markings in the first place. when you get an alignment done the mechanic reads the values off of the computer anyways, and even if he manages to get the camber markings to correspond with the real camber angle you probably don't want to be changing the camber angle by yourself because it will mess up your toe angle.
The purpose of the markings is so you can set your front end with the alignment computer at a street and track setting. Then you use the markings at the track to go from street to track settings and back without needing an alignment or toe plates.