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If you have camber plates and the added adjustablity, I found -2.3 F and -1.6 R (zero cross camber) to be a happy place. If you just have the concentric bolts, I would recommend getting max negative up front (probably -1.4ish) and even side to side. THe wear on the inside of the rears could be from toe being out, improper pressure, or the wear might have happened while on the front (prior to a rotation). What kind of skins did you pick up ?
The pics show exactly where the wear in the inside of the rear is coming from. Note the daylight between the outer edge of the rear tires thus...the wear on the inside edge of the tires.
My suspension is bone stock. My new "skins" are Dunlop Direzza Sport Z1 Star Spec. 225/45R17
A. You're posting cornering pics.
B. More weight will sit on the inside of the tire.
C. You're posting cornering pics.
You need to post just the tires.
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