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      06-29-2012, 10:51 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by sleepless
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Originally Posted by Malekreza11 View Post
-2.2 up front is not considered a street friendly amount of camber. -1.5* is street friendly.

At -2.2 the tires won't last long, and daily drive ability is reduced because of the increased amount of driver input needed.
Clearly I disagree! Quite a lot actually.
That's fine.

At -2.2 you will get premature wear from your front tires doing normal street driving or commuting. If you are toe'd in a little bit, that will alleviate some wear, but zero toe to toe out, tires won't last nearly as long as they should. Toe out is a bad idea for a street driven car on many levels.

A client of ours killed a set of front tires at -2.2* camber with neutral toe within 10k miles doing street driving.

As someone else mentioned, toe is a major tire killer compared to camber.
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