2002-2006 Mini Cooper S (R53)
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Cruisable Camber?

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Old 04-30-2011, 02:52 PM
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Hello mini people! A friend of mine has a 2006 R53 Cooper S & she had an alignment done the other day.. Everything checked ok except the passenger rear camber.. The readings on passenger rear are Toe (+0deg10') Camber (-2deg47').... Driver rear reads Toe (+0deg10') Camber (-2deg14)..

I'm not sure if the difference there would be extreme to where shes replacing tires faster than nascars? The dealership told her it would be about $900 to repair & they would then align it for free, ha! My question is, would the difference there cause any problems other than abnormal tire wear?? Could this be cruisable camber?? ahh the tittle

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