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Old 29-May-2005, 02:52 AM
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quick camber question

when a car is lowered, is the camber wear usually worse in the front or the back tires????????

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Old 29-May-2005, 03:08 AM
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i don't even know what the post is about when i see a pic like that...
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she looks like a ****in kid!!!!!
u sure shes legal??

if ur unsure, u better be safe and take it down
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Old 29-May-2005, 05:18 PM
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I would say its probably the front that is effected more. Since you do your steering w/ the front wheels.
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Old 29-May-2005, 05:23 PM
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depends on the geometry of the cars suspension and the drop

my back looks worse then the front but thats just by eye...i havent measured it yet
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It depends on the year of Civic and even more so what CAR you are talking about. Fill in your car's description and people will be able to help you.

With regards to Civics:

From what I can tell, the EF's get it worse in the front and the EG's and Ek's (having very similar suspension) get negative camber in the rear more than the front. Rear camber can be easily corrected in 92 - 00 civic via the simple washer trick.

I had my car lowered on H&R Sports (rear camber was around -3 degrees) last summer and when I went to put the rims / tires back on in couldn't even tell a difference between the front and rear camber wear. Just rotate your tires with every oil change and they will wear more evenly.
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It all depends how much u lower it i guess. If u lower it too much and u don't have a camber kit, then for sure the camber will be a little off or more.
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