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The front left tire on my bike is wearing on the inside of the centre lugs. Jacked it up, did some measureing and it turns out the right front is cambered in (+) about 1/4". The left front is cambered out (-) about a 1/4". It doesn't pull bad and the toe is set perfect. From what I can see there's no way to adjust camber on this model of bike. I'm afraid it's going to take out a bearing if I keep running it this way. Also noticed that when the bike's in (N) and up on jacks the rear tires spin fairly free but the fronts are much more stiff, the bike isn't in fourwheel drive either. Any suggestions or input ?
 

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Welcome to the site, there is no way to adjust camber on stock a-arms.Check for anything bent where the arms connect to the frame down to the hubs.
 

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Welcome to the forums. The front will be a little harder to turn because the front axles have more components to them cv boots and joints 2 peace axles and also at a slight angle. That would be my guess.
 
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