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It's a long story that I'll jump over for now but in order to gain some additional front tire/fender clearance I was recommended to have my front end alignment set 1.5 degrees Negative Camber.
I'm not concerned about the increased tire wear because I don't put that many miles on it but I am curious to what you think about any change in handling etc.
 

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ummmm.... i would get another recommendation..... cant see an alignment doing any kind of clearance you are looking for....are your ISO's in? maybe a new set of springs...
 

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Before you go with that much camber. Trim the upper center of the fender liners, and roll the center fender tab the liner mounts too.
Run a such caster as you can get out of your adjustments, if you have stiffflers upper arms you should be able to get like 9* and still keep camber at about 1*
The additional caster will add camber while turning and help your clearance. Run up to .25* toe in to counter act tire wear or .25* toe out to achieve quicker turn in and more initial bite under cornering.
I run the toe out with 1* neg camber. With negligible poor tire wear. And the best handling alignment I have ever had. Plan is to bump neg camber and caster a bit more. And see how it does.
 
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