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    Default Toe-in measurements when running neg camber

    What sort of toe-in measurements do people have when running negative camber?

    Trying to get an idea for when i go low again so my tyres last more than 6000kms in total

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    you set your toe measurement at your main drive height.
    I ran bagged and got 35k miles out of a set of cheapo mayrun tires (those were kind of nuts for wear resistance, sidewalls were garbage though).
    This was on an l400, i ran factory spec toe alignments.
    if your suspension is done properly, should have no problems running factory toe settings and not getting bump steer.
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    Go for factory toe spec.
    As long as the toe specs are properly adjusted, your tires will last pretty long unless you're running -8 or more negative camber!

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    Yes, you should use the factory toe specs at ride height.
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