1. jasonriot's Avatar
    I've noticed that when a Mercedes bens is parked the wheels seem to tilt not only in the normal manner which all cars do but also on a somewhat vertical axis. I've noticed this while they are parked on any level surface given that wheels are already assuming the tilt common to all cars.

    Are my observations correct?

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    05-22-10 01:45 PM
  2. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    It is "Benz"
    05-22-10 02:04 PM
  3. jasonriot's Avatar
    Yea that is how I thought it was spelled. Thanks

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    05-22-10 02:06 PM
  4. SterlingArcher's Avatar
    Its because the newer mbs are also secretly hover cars.

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    05-22-10 03:48 PM
  5. jasonriot's Avatar
    Years back I had an 89 benz it was far from hovering lol. It still had the vertical tilt going on though.

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    05-22-10 04:18 PM
  6. WhoolioPreludee's Avatar
    Do you mean when the wheels are turned? Because front wheels of a cars are designed to do so. Its more evident in big rigs. Look for it and when fully turned in either way the tires lean to one side. Now if you're talking about camber then its that way to aid in high speed traction during turns. Also some Mercedes vehicles use air suspensions

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    05-22-10 04:48 PM
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