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Old 06-23-2010, 10:33 AM   #1
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recently sold a guy a car in general good condition all around and setup with the right camber, so a few days later he sent a picture of the rear tires and the insides were near bald! I know damn good and well I put some like new pins on thier and have no idea what happened... besides that thiers no way Id sell anything that had a problem unless posted "this indivdual has no car experience"....whats your opinion?
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recently sold a guy a car in general good condition all around and setup with the right camber, so a few days later he sent a picture of the rear tires and the insides were damn near bald! I know good and well I put some like new pins on thier and have no idea what happened... besides that thiers no way Id sell anything that had a problem unless posted "this indivdual has no car experience"....whatdoya think??
He messed with the camber. Plain and simple.
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never suspected someone with no experience would do that but your probibly right
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