LMK I can't see why some hoppers have a lot of neg camber. Unless the angle helps the tire to shoot out to improve height. Anyone sly enough to answer this question? It is a known fact that if you raise a car and then lower it, to do an alignment you need to roll the car back a few feet and them move it forward onto the turn plates. But does it really mater using neg camber when hopping ? I don't care for that joke of an angle and I set my car to the center to zero degrees of the ride height I like to drive at. Are some hoppers just copying others, or is there a real reason?