91 honda civic, having Camber problems

ok how can can you fix your cambers because im getting some major inner wheell wear. hardcore feethering whats the easiest way to adjust you cambers?

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As I say, it's *not* the camber. I used to have a Lotus Europa that had radical negative rear camber, enough that it was glaringly obvious when viewed from the rear. The tires wore slanted, but absolutely straight... no feathering at the edge. Toe-out causes what you describe.
What changed to cause this to start? An accident or front end repair?
Mike
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i belive it was the mountian..... togue
"Michael Pardee" wrote: >
> > > ok how can can you fix your cambers because im getting some > major > > inner wheell wear. hardcore feethering whats the easiest way > to adjust > > you cambers? > > > > As I say, it's *not* the camber. I used to have a Lotus Europa > that had > radical negative rear camber, enough that it was glaringly > obvious when > viewed from the rear. The tires wore slanted, but absolutely > straight... no > feathering at the edge. Toe-out causes what you describe. > > What changed to cause this to start? An accident or front end > repair? > > Mike
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