2013 Negative Camber on Front Driver Wheel

Discussion in '2005 - 2014 Specific V6 Tech' started by Chris GHIG 13, Apr 8, 2013.

  1. I ran off the road swerving a deer on a highway. I managed to send my Mustang about 6 feet in the air after catching a rather steep entrance. I landed quite hard on the drivers side. I took it in to the shop and they quoted me on a few part 1) wheel assembly(new rim) 2) deflector(which seems to be in good condition) 3) front arm assembly, & 4) shock absorber. My front wheel has some really noticeable negative camber and the inside of the tire has rapidly worn down. All in all parts were about $1300 and 5 1/2 hours of labor. Should I purchase all the parts or just the front arm assembly and shock absorber to fix the camber? I don't see how a small dent on the rim nor a deflector are crucial to fixing the camber
  2. The front arm and shock, along with an alignment, should fix the negative camber issue.

    The wheel issue should not affect the camber, but the wheel could be bent or out of balance which could cause a nice vibration or in a worst case wheel failure...
  3. hey im new to stangnet.com and i was wondering what the 2013 v6 block is rated at as maximum horsepower goes