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'93 Accord EX, 282k

4 new tires, new passenger-side CV axle, new passenger side ball joint, 4-wheel alignment...

Didn't have my glasses when I picked it up, and now I'm curious about the front toe and rear camber figures....

How's this alignment look?

http://i.imgur.com/xGlBz5k.png
 

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the toe should not be in the red - meaning out of specification. what the current printout means is the car will center itself down the road attempting to negate any camber and caster pulls and drifts but it will wear the tires abnormally down the line.

some toe in is preferred for the above reasoning but it should be toe in still in the green.
 

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Although -1 degrees camber isn't much to be worried about, I would be a bit consider about why there is almost a degree difference from the other side. I am also curious how they adjusted the camber in the first place since OEM parts aren't adjustable when it comes to camber/caster. Lastly if I were in you shoes I would think about taking it back until they get the toe into OEM spec.
 
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