The angle between the center plane of the wheel and the vertical line is called the camber angle, that is, the angle between the geometric centerline of the wheel and the vertical line of the ground in the transverse plane of the car. To ensure that the load is applied to the center of the tire while the vehicle is under load, eliminate deviation and reduce tire wear.
Negative wheel camber angle: the wheel top edge is tilted inward, close to the engine.
Positive wheel camber angle: the wheel top edge is tilted outwards away from the engine.
Excessive positive wheel camber angle will cause:
(1)Wear the outer side of the tire
(2) increase the wear of the suspension component additionally
(3) cause the deviation.