Large side to side differences in front camber can cause unwanted steering forces which may lead to a pull. When camber is zero, no steering forces are generated from either side. Each wheel should tend to roll straight ahead. But when one wheel is cambered, for example positive on the right side, it immediately begins rolling to the right. Combine this with the left wheel cambered negative, now both wheels want to roll to the right, generating even greater steering force.
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