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Just want to get some feedback and thoughts on my alignment done last night:
I don't know much about alignment, but the 1 degree of difference in the rear camber doesn't seem right.
What do you guys think about these settings? It's mainly for daily driving and occasional auto-x. Will these settings chew through my tires?

 

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Also, I couldn't ask much about it at the shop because they were about closing for the alignment section :(
 

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Did they do the alignment with you or a mass of your weight in the car? The settings should be symmetric with the driver or driver and passenger (if that's how you drive) in the car.

Basically, no. Those a values don't look correct.
 

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The alignment doesn't seem very accurate. You will gain some camber on the drivers side when sitting in the car so higher quality shops will have you sit in the car, but the front drivers side has more camber than the front pass side.

Even so there seems to be quite a bit more camber in the rear than front, which I would suggest against. This alignment seems very inaccurate.
 
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