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Even though these angles cannot be independently adjusted, all cars have some degree of camber. The way a car handles and how quickly its tyres wear are both significantly influenced by camber. A vehicle would have a number of highly negative consequences without a clearly specified camber angle.
Although some cars have 0-degree, or static, camber adjustments, the majority have somewhat negative camber out of the factory. This improves tread-to-road surface contact in a range of situations and has a favourable effect on a vehicle’s ability to turn. Some automobiles are, nevertheless, delivered from the manufacturer with a certain amount of positive camber.
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HOW CAMBER IS ADJUSTED
The alignment rack, a specialised lift, is used in conjunction with adjusting a vehicle’s camber settings. A technician can utilise this rack’s computer interface to take a number of measures, all of which are taken into account to provide them the proper adjustment. To avoid unintentional misalignment, all steering and suspension parts should be examined for excessive wear before starting the actual alignment procedure.
Depending on how a vehicle’s front end is built in general, camber adjustment techniques vary. To achieve the required results, one or more types of adjusters are typically moved throughout the alignment process. The most popular camber-related adjustment tools are turn-buckle joints, cam bolts, and eccentric washer bolts. As an alternative, certain vehicles need the strut-mounted shims to be adjusted.
Only when the data reflected on an alignment rack’s monitor reflects acceptable values will the alignment process be considered complete. A digital camera that detects the reflection of infrared beams directed to a number of wheel-mounted optical reflectors captures this data.