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Old 11-16-2012, 08:56 AM
F32Fleet F32Fleet is offline
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The negative camber helps make the car handle like it does. All BMW's have some negative camber in the rear and as a result the inside edge will wear @ a faster rate. Some models experience faster wear in this regard. If you have non staggered setup rotate back to front and buy new for the rear. That may extend tire life but if the inside is really worn on the rears you may experience some vibration when they're mounted up front.

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