Positive camber on HMMWV 998 rear wheels ?

orgnal

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I finally got my 2 Man HMMWV 998 10 days ago and I have been working away on it as time permits. I noticed that the front wheels are quite perpendicular to the ground but the rear wheel have a very noticeable positive camber. Is this correct / common? Do I need to when them aligned properly? I did not notice any drive-ability issues when I took it for a spin around the neighborhood.

Thank you in advance

McReddy
 

bikeman

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Yes, it's standard. It's so that when they get loaded up, as they 'should' they will move to a "normal" camber. If you drive around a military base, you'll notice it behind any unloaded unarmored HMMWV.
 
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