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Maybe this owner swapped the tires over from the other side due to neg camber wear. To save some $$$

+1 on the fitment...nice and flush
 

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actually that does look like its from rubbing, he doesnt have any camber.
The outside edge is worn from a lack of camber, not rubbing. Since there is almost non negitive camber the tire is being rolled on to the outside edge of te tread and top of the side wall.
 

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That picture was taken at "Sports and Compacts". They're a Miata specialty shop here in Raleigh, NC.
It's probably one of the owner's cars.
 

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Probably his daily driver wheels/tires also. I can't see anyone actually trying to race that setup (as the stickers/badging relay on the car).
 

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Probably his daily driver wheels/tires also.
Good call. According to the Spec Miata rules the required rim diameter is fifteen (15) inches. Maximum rim width is seven (7) inches. Minimum weight of wheel shall be 13 lbs without spacers. As SM cars are barely dual purpose capable I give this guy a big thumbs up for being a hard core enthusiast.
 

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That picture was taken at "Sports and Compacts". They're a Miata specialty shop here in Raleigh, NC.
It's probably one of the owner's cars.
:shock: ill have to check it out next tim ei roll through NC!! neat car tho...
 
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