Originally Posted by Jimroad471
wheels should be straight. only when turning is when you'll get camber going in the direction of turn. camber and toe in can be adjusted good luck
Your describing Caster, Caster is the angle of the spindle arm, "0" being straight up no angle. camber is the angle of the spindle .Negative is when the top of the tire is closer to center line of the vehicle than the bottom of the tire. Positive is the opposite top furthest than the bottom.
Caster is the angle of the spindle arm front to back, positive caster is when the top balljoint is closer to the front than the lower. Negative is top furthest from front than the bottom. Most every vehicle has some positive caster this lets the roll of the tires edge from the force of turning, pulling the tread patch back on the road surface for better grip and corning.
Camber is an easy way to get lots of positive caster for hard corning when your Caster is limited, the more positive caster you can get at full lock is the best setup for corning, adjusting camber to increase this is why you see race cars with the top of the tire leaning in,