That is why I didn't say anything.....:2:Gonzo said:Isn't that normal? Maybe I'm thinking of Toe adjustment or just not thinking at all. One of the, toe, caster, camber is not adjustable. I just can't remember which one.
Well that should do for good advice from Gonzo.... yup another day another great post. :4:
While that's true for performance cars on the Autobahn )), I don't think it's really necessary on a daily-driver SUV. All it's going to do is wear the tire edges faster.VRSCA said:
Your mileage may vary. Not all dealerships are created equal.Zanter said:Thanks! So for the 12000 mile adjustment, is that for just 1 adjustment or does it cover more than one during that period?
Yeah camber is generally not adjustable on a non-independent suspension. Thats why all 4th and 5th Maximas which had the rear beam axles had non adjustable rear camber. The 6th gen max has IRS and has adjustable rear camber again.Halo said:Wow, I'm actually pleasantly surprised the MO has adjustable camber. I guess it's that extra 2 minutes of negative camber on the SE that makes it handle so well :2: