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The logic is or seems right, if you move the top in or out the camber has to change, we aren't supposed to modify it so I do most of mine at the bottom of the strut so not sure of the limits adjusting up there.

With that said be sure your wheels are still straight, or in the same position, because the wheel gains and loses camber as it turns due to the caster in the front end geometry. I also assume you are taking your measurements with the full weight on the wheels.

Just a side note we didn't run that much camber in the LF, we ran maybe 3 degrees in the LF and ended up at 6 in the RF (the tech guy looked at it and I think he was going to give us a hard time for exceeding stock adjustment but it was the last race of the year.)
 
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