Originally Posted by knifegun
I had mine pulled and aligned. The car seems to pull to the right on most roads. I had the alignment checked and it was all correct numbers wise. Also, I had the tires swapped and had the same behavior. The explanation given was that the negative front/back camber makes the car more susceptible to the crown in the road.
Do other people notice the same thing? The shop I went to does great work so I am more concerned there could be something up with my car. Overall, the car pushes less and drives great (aside fromt he pull when I let go of the steering wheel).
BTW, when I let go of the steering wheel, the steering wheel stays stable. It does not move so it is not a centering problem.
This is normal, product of just having more of a contact patch. If you had any additional toe +/- (of more then 1/16'' per wheel) it would exasperate the problem. That said, It should be barely noticeable, you shouldn't be be actively fighting with the wheel to stay straight on just the max - camber settings.