Originally Posted by lucid
Based on reports, if you pull the alignment pins, you can get about -1.4 max with the stock setup. I have -1.95 with camber plates and that is working out real well.
My point was that if the front (as opposed to the top) of the wheel is rubbing at full lock, having camber will not make a difference. I think Radiation Joe ran into that problem when he stuck the 9.5" stock rear wheels with 265s up front. RJ, can you chip in?
265/40-18 on 9.5 et23, 1.4 degrees negative camber with stock springs
Outside of the tire rubs on the rear of the wheel well near full lock. Light rub on the front of the wheel well on the passenger side near the oil cooler.