So I fitted my adjustable rear tie arms a few days ago, but haven't got the 4WA done yet for various reasons - so I know at the moment my rear offside is on about -3 degrees camber.
Anyway, I parked up this morning and noticed that it looked almost as if my rear offside suspension had collapsed! Couldn't get any fingers between the tyre and the wheel arch. So, figured it was just the ground I was parked on being uneven - so rolled it into my garage. That seemed to help a lot, but the two sides are still uneven. The nearside I can get about 3 fingers between the wheel arch and the tyre; the offside I can only get 2 - and it's a squeeze.
So, question is; would that -3 degrees of camber be enough to causes that sort of difference in ride height on near and off sides? Or do I have another problem too?
Oh, wheels are 18" 225x40 section tyres.