Ingalls is known in the Automotive Industry as the performance suspension experts for camber & alignment kits.
When you lower your vehicle your camber will be effected, and if you are out of factory
specs, you will need a camber kit to correct this.
Camber is the inward or outward tilt of the tire/wheel assembly. This angle is measured
from a true vertical line, i.e. perpendicular to the ground. A tire/wheel assembly that
is tilted outward at the top is considered to have Positive camber. While a tire/wheel
assembly tilted inward at the top, displays Negative camber. For a zero setting, the
tire/wheel assembly is in the exact vertical position or perpendicular to the ground.
ANY amount of ride height change will cause camber and toe to change. It might not always
be visible but having your camber out of adjustment will cause the tire to run on the
inside edge only. The lower you go the more negative camber you will get and the faster
the tire will wear. Toe will also be affected. Having your toe out of specifications will
wear tires and make the car handle unfavorably.
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