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Old 02-23-2014, 12:04 PM   #49
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Too much pressure is what I thought as soon as I saw it, whether it was front or rear but I did not want to skew anyone's opinion.

Too much camber would wear the outside of the tire. Not that, IMHO, that is EVEN possible.

All of the snow out here just let's us do all of our mods over the winter, if we have any to do. Otherwise we just sit and stew and when finally let loose in the spring we usually go through a set of tires in two weeks.

Keep safe out there guys. See you on the track.

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