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I have camber concerns too, with my L2900. The camber on the left front tire (left while aboard it) is noticeably greater than the right. I can't help wondering if that may be why I've had ongoing problems with the left tire staying mounted to the rim. On turns (left turns especially) there's a tendency for the tire edge to come out of the channel on the edge of the rim which makes an airtight tire-to-rim seal. The tire is forced in, breaking the seal. Tire pressure seems to have no role in this. I have, at times, added a pound or two of extra pressure to the front tires, but that doesn't prevent recurrence of the problem. And aside from general remarks I can't find any info about adjusting camber on an L2900.
- Re: L2900 front wheel camber problem jm. Friday, May 18, 2018
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