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    Default camber positive on 1997 C1500 Silverado

    I have a 1997 2WD Silverado extended cab with no real modifications. The only change from factory is the tires. 31x10.5x15 Goodyear Wranglers. I am beginning to have significant wear on the outside edge of both front tires. the tires are approximately 9 months old. Would the increase in tire size without any suspension modifications effect the camber of the front wheel? Any help would be appreciated.

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    NOpe not as much as you did, it sounds like you need an alignment, and possibly upper ball joints.
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    that's pretty much what I figured. thanks

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