I have a 2005 raptor 660 all stock. Both front wheels have positive camber, how come I only see this on 2005's?
Bro, no chip. I was just trying to be very clear on my questions. Now that it's ben over 12 hours with no answer I might have to ask the same question again.What goes for me too? I was just pointing out to you that asking the same question 3 times within 30 minutes isn't going to get your answer any faster, it just means that the people that are currently on the forum either don't have the answer, or they haven't seen your question. I meant no disrespect in any way at all, but it seems that by your response to me with "bro," that you have a chip on your shoulder, that you want a confrontation.
Maybe I wasn't clear because I was discussing two points at once. The appearance of a left front wheel that looked as if it were out farther than it should be in the avatar and the fact that a crash which could have tweeked a tie rod (referring back to previously mentioned picture) could have moved the camber setting. Sorry for not specifically addressing the movement of the lower or upper ball joint or the disruption of that geometry by the bending of an arm, an arm mount or the ball joint itself.Tie rod bent will change toe-in (out), not camber... this can only be caused by lower a-arm ball joint being moved out or upper moved in.
When I measure the inside to inside at bottom of rims I get 30.5". When I measure top to to inside I get 29 7/8". Quad is resting under it's own weight.So, could you measure the difference in space between the front tires at the top and at the bottom? From this (and with your measured tire height) we can calculate the camber angle, and compare this to 01-04's for a definitive answer.
BTW, the service manual states camber angle as -1 degree. Negative camber means the top is tipped towards center (tires closer together at top then at botto
m), as shown below. What is yours?