I have a baseline of information regarding camber and toe.
Why would I add more or less camber to my wheel unless I'm a NASCAR drivier making only left hand turns and want better traction for that act?
If I had too much negative camber wouldn't I just wear out the inside of my tire very quickly?
How much camber is typically applied to a production vehicle and why?
Under what circumstances would I have toe in or out on my front or rear wheels? Wouldn't this, as well, increase my tire wear if adjusted to extremely?