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I have 97 Mach 1 that I just put USI skis on, while installing the skis I noticed that the Camber angle of the spindles looks a little much. With wieght in the front end the inside of the ski was about 1/8" lower than the outside edge. You can see the angle if you look at the spindle so its not the ski its definatly the camber adjustment, is this the way it should be or should the ski be pretty much flat?

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Don
 

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if you leave the negative camber, you will get a bit more aggressive bite when cornering. I like to have mine at 0, just because it doesn't look like your skis are crooked on the trailer ;)

You adjust the camber by extending the end of the top radius rods.
 

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Maybe this is normal for the 97 Mach chassis, it just seems like too much camber, I wish I new if this is the way it was set from the factory, and affect camber has on straight line and trail handling.
 
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