Front End Alignment on a 1993 Chevy Truck - Alignment 101 Photo Gallery
Positive camber means that the top of the sticking wheel is out farther than the bottom in relationship to the truck. Typically the only reason to have positive camber is to make the truck a little safer to drive by making the truck understeer. The factory has deemed this safer and we guess they would rather the truck go straight instead of spinning out and possibly rolling over when you get too aggressive in a corner. Most factory trucks are setup this way.