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Hi all,

New guy with a ‘22 KRX. Overall liking the new toy, but a concern has arisen. Only driven maybe 5 miles on city streets, obviously still breaking in.

The right front wheel/tire assembly seems to have an excessive amount of negative camber. Looks to be 3+ degrees compared to the left front of maybe 1 degree.

l called the dealer and the service department told my salesman there is no adjustment and to let the suspension settle in. If it did not settle in they will come pick it up and check it out.

Does this seem normal for these machines? Maybe tweaked somehow when they loaded it on their delivery trailer??

TIA,

JJ
 

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Thanks guys!! I should have searched first!!!!

l’ve just never seen that much variation side to side before. Otherwise all looks good!

JJ
Part of it could be that you were sitting in the drivers side with no one sitting in the passenger side, that will make some difference as it does not immediately bounce back
 

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It is absolutely normal for the KRX.

Here is a thread about it.

 
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