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Camber

This component is part of Suspension.

Definition

Camber angle is the angle made by the wheels of a vehicle; specifically, it is the angle between the vertical axis of the wheels used for steering and the vertical axis of the vehicle when viewed from the front or rear. It is used in the design of steering and suspension. If the top of the wheel is farther out than the bottom (that is, away from the axle), it is called positive camber; if the bottom of the wheel is farther out than the top, it is called negative camber.

Settings

ItemValue
Vehicle113.044
Front Axle load in curb condition720 kg
Wishbone position standard springs88 mm 15mm
Wishbone position raised vehicle level, harder springs for poor road conditions84 mm 15mm
Rear Axle load in curb condition640 kg
Rear wheel camber standard springs+145' 30'
Rear wheel camber raised vehicle level, harder springs for poor road conditions+115' 1

Notes

  • Additional load on front axle with sliding roof approx 10kg, with power steering approx 10kg, with automatic transmission approx 15kg
  • Additional load on rear axle with sliding roof approx 10kg, with trailer hitch approx 20kg
  • Front axle load with folded soft top and hard top installed. Front axle load without hardtop approx 5kg less
  • Rear axle load with folded soft top and hard top installed. Rear axle load without hardtop approx 40kg less


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