I'm thinking ordering these adjustable lowering links pictured below but before I do I'm concerned about impact of lowering the car on rear wheel camber and tire wear. I have adjustable camber links which are set to -1. What I need more clarity on (even though I have reviewed all of the relevant threads) is how the rear camber varies with the air suspension settings. I normally drive on the low setting and only raise the car for obstacles and the like. I'm assuming if a use a lowering link to lower the car I'll have to reset the rear camber (and maybe the front). I'm thinking of lower the car about .75 inches. If I lower the car my plan is to use the standard setting for driving and the low setting for parking. So should I have the rear camber set to -1 for the standard air suspension setting? Anyone? Lolachampcar?