Are you certain that your Camber is wrong? What is the wear pattern that
causes you to replace tires so often?
Your front alignment has 3 axis to align, caster, camber, and toe in.
Caster is a line that passes through the upper and lower ball joints and the
spindle. This line should lean toward the rear at an angle of about 4
degrees -- this is a specification that varies by vehicle.
Camber is the verticle alignment of the tires. The tires (looking from
straight on) should be | |, if they are / \ (negative camber) or \ /
(positive camber), then you need to have camber adjusted.
Toe in is the horizontal alignment of the tires. If looking straight down
from overhead, you get the same figures as above | |, / \ (toe in), and \
/ (toe out).
"my name" wrote in message
> I've just put the fourth set of tires on the front of my 2005 F-150.
> I see camber kits sold online for about $75.00. Can a mechanichally
> inclined person do this in their own driveway? Thanks in advance.
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