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Hey guys

I have a small lift on the front (1.75" via bilstein 5100) so I use a special alignment # since stock alignment specs doesn't work anymore. Anyways, after about 15k miles, I noticed the outter edge of both front tires wear out a little faster than the inner edge. What alignment number (toe/caster/camber) will help correct this?
 

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Not sure what the exact degree would be but positive camber would bring the top of the tires outward ex: \ \ <tires> / / +camber
/ /<tires>\ \ -camber. Toe is how the tire is facing instead of being top to bottum angle(camber) its forward backward as in
_________<front bumper
\\<tires>//
I believe toe out^ is positive toe, negative is the opposite
Edit: for the camber example it would be as if you were looking ar your tires from and it looked like a "V" or a teepee /\
And yes for trucks youd want it to be at 0 angle idealy
 
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