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So I got the 19" TRD on the stock suspension and noticed that the rear wheels are angled inwards, negative camber. I didnt noticed the negative camber with the stock wheels, but then again, I never really carried to stare at the stock rims either. I understand that this negative camber was most like put in place to maximize the car's ability to hug a turn, but with bigger rims and wider tires, should I be worried about the inside tread wearing out faster? What do I need to correct a negative camber and should I even do it?

Thanks so much!

 

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lower that badboy then worry about camber
 

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hey bud...and yeah, you got negative camber since factory. I am riding on steelies (aka: 16's) and neg camber is the first thing I noticed when I drove off the lot. I guess if it's there from stock, it means our cars handle poorly on stock suspension (thats why camber is needed)

I would suggest getting the lowering springs/shocks set to compensate THEN worry about camber.
 
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