Originally Posted by DRedman45
Camber plates will only be so accurate, so it would really need to go on an alignment rack to be accurate....but with camber you can choose better handling and worse tire wear with more camber, or under steer and even wear
That's not correct. What is the point of camber? It is so that the tire is flat on the ground more of the time i.e: cornering, with that wear it is clearly not the case. Being on the inside edge too much is just as bad as being on the outside. Getting the alignment dialed in shouldn't result in any decrease in handling.
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