Camber is defined as the inward or outward tilt of the wheel at the top as viewed from the front. Camber is measured in degrees; a wheel with zero degrees camber is vertical. A wheel that tilts outward at the top has positive camber. A wheel that tilts inward at the top has negative camber. The proper camber settings on a vehicle will improve road isolation and directional stability. Incorrect camber angles can cause tire wear and handling problems.
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