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Before any adjustments are made, Buck likes to put all four shocks on their softest settings to allow the suspension to settle, and to check for binding throughout the range of motion. While holding a straightedge to the face of the front wheels, an angle gauge revealed that there was 2 degrees of positive camber. This can make a car twitchy, and also wears out the outer edge of the tires more quickly. The large 26x10x15 front tires on Project Fox exacerbate this condition, but skinnies are less prone to uneven tire wear due to their rounded edges.