NO, camber has maybe a 5% effect versus the 95% that wore those tires.Dodo said:Dont you mean Camber???
It was exactly what I expected. I just re-read the title, and the only other thing I can come up with is setting the bone in a broken toe?mithuth said:With a title like that, I was expecting a pic of something other than tires. :twisted: :rolleyes1: :twisted:
I cant say what I was thinking and remain PG. :twisted:jfrolang said:
Kind of, if nothing flexed/moved and sidewalls had no give. But wih toe-out as the car rolls forward the tires are trying to roll away from each other but the car/suspension keeps them from doing that so the inside edge is pulled down more and now has more force on it than the outside edge which is now being lifted just a bit. I hope that makes sense.Dodo said:Ok, but, if we werent all running high (or low) camber, wouldnt the whole tire be showing wear? With zero camber, the whole contact patch should be on the pavement causing the whole tire to wear evenly. At least this is how i was tought (not by school yet).