Date: 20 Sep 2006 07:09:56 -0700 From: don.schencknospaml.com Subject: Re: '94 900S Rear wheels not verticle
*sigh* It IS noticable from just looking at the car from behind. I guess I'll have to take it to the local repair shop and get their insight (and estimate CO$T). ARGH!!! Thank you Jim. Jim M wrote: > <don.schencknospaml.com> wrote in message > news:1158619720.547572.307590nospam000cwe.googlegroups.com... > > My '94 900S has rear wheels that are not verticle. In fact, the tires > > are worn down the the steel on the inside and the outside edges are > > almost like-new. > > > > Is this a common problem? > > > > Please tell me that it typically is an adjustment. > > > > Please help; I'm ready to fix up this beater (engine is still great!) > > and drive it another two years (and sell my 2000 MR2 Spyder). > > > > Thanks, > > > > -- Don in York, PA > > > > What you're describing is negative camber. The car is designed to have -1= .4=B0 > to -2.0=B0 camber, which should be barely noticable if you're looking str= aight > on at the rear of the car. This car has a semi-ridgid rear axle, therefor= e, > AFIK, there are no adjustments. If you're camber is truly off, I would th= ink > you have a bent axle.