Setting camber on front wheels?
Can the camber be adjusted on the front wheels on our Jeeps(YJ). If so, how? The left wheel on mine is tilted in at the top (negative camber). I see no way to correct. TIA.
Thanks,ajmorell. I don't mean to sound like a dumba$$ on this,but I am. Could you please elaborate on this a little bit. Do I need to replace with stock ball joints? Does some one make "off set ball joints" in different angles? I like to,and in most cases am able,to do my own work. Would I be better off taking to a front end shop(God forbid) and let them do it? Thanks.
Originally Posted by possumwalk View Post
Thanks, mdm. From what I gather camber is not adjustable. The Chilton shop manual calls for 0 degrees on camber. I just got this YJ with 114,000 miles on it.( First Jeep) It has been treated like a Jeep. Maybe ball joints need replacing. As this seems like the way camber is affected. Has clearly visiable negative camber on left wheel and more tire wear on inside part of tire. With new hub assembly. Thanks for help. A work in progress.
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