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AFM #725
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Too much negative camber

Front passenger side tire has around -2.6 degrees camber right now IIRC. Tech tells me that's with it maxed out as low as he can get it. Toe is set correctly front and rear (rear was a pain to get into specs for some reason) When I drove in I think I had around -4.4 degrees on that front tire. Nothing is visibly bent. Comparing to the other side I can't see anything wrong. Tire is not bent. So, what gave? I'm guessing spindle or control arm? Wheel bearings are nice, I just repacked them and all. No play at all from tie rods (brand new) or ball joint or wheel bearings. Just a lot of negative camber. I think I have photos if some 944 guru's can actually see such small changes by eyeballing
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