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As the front end of a car lifts when it accelerates down the track, the front tires can gain as much as a half degree of positive camber. To combat this, Buck likes to dial in about a half degree of negative camber to ensure as large of a contact patch as possible. The AJE lower control arms feature a ball joint attached to a separate mounting plate for adjustability. To correct for the positive camber, Buck moved the ball joint and spindle farther outward, which tilted the top of the tire farther inward.