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The camber is the vertical angle of the tire and wheel .Similar to say a wall stud which is a perfect 90 degrees Negative camber is never good unless you see it on the rear of a sports car .
These twin I beams have many moving parts as you can tell and I suspect the pivot bushings are worn first ,or ball joints secondly . Of course many will tell you it's cheaper to install a D60 than to pursue repairing these D50's but that's a different debate altogether .
1996 F250 PSD Crewcab,auto,D 60 swap,3" dp, DIY air 4X4 Centurion
Last edited by Chop; 04-28-2014 at 02:46 PM.