When ever I'm looking at rear wheel drive GM's, I recognize a strong positive camber of the front wheels (particularly storng after parking/turning the wheel left&right). However I believe this is not a feature of most other similar vehicles.
I'm sure GM had a reason to set it this way, but what it that reason?
Also has anybody took this strong camber out of his front wheels yet & if, what are the downsides?
The reason why I'm asking, because I can's see how such strong positive camber would promote even tire wear.