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Old 2017.03.09, 02:06 PM   #5
TeeSquared
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Originally Posted by Mike Keely View Post

Something else to look for is the steering knuckles or the wheel bearings wearing out or getting more slop or play as they get older. Wear in either of them will increase you camber also.
+1 for this. I find the Kyosho R246 knuckles wear out after a while and get sloppy, hence camber becomes inconsistent. I run a little droop on the front end of my cars to A) decrease the ride height and B) Dial in a little extra camber because I usually use 0 or 1 degree knuckles. The disadvantage of this is that the knuckle "floats" a little when the car is settled on it's suspension and you get slop. Shims help, but the knuckles just need to be replaced periodically.
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