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2001 Forester L camber question


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#1 unibrook

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Posted 04 May 2005 - 03:55 PM

Hmmm...can't figure this one out. 2 months ago, I bought a used Forester with 75k and a clean Carfax report. Driver's side front tire has excessive outer edge wear. When I stand in front of car and compare looking at the two front wheels, it appears that this wheel has positive camber. Is there any sort of an adjustment that I can do to it to straighten it out? Thx, unibrook.




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