Camber is the inward or outward tilt of the wheels when viewed from the front of the vehicle. The amount of tilt is measured in degrees from the vertical and is called the camber angle.
Caster is the angle of the front strut when seem from the side of the vehicle. If the steering axis is tilted rearward, it is called “Positive Caster”. A forward tilt is called “Negative Caster”.
Toe is measured at the center of the wheels from one wheel rim to the other. When the distance is greater at the rear of the wheels, it is called toe-in.
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