Hello all ! I bought a new 1825 e Massey Ferguson tractor. This tractor has a positive camber on front wheels. There is a 3/8" difference in the positive camber from one side to other. That has been verified by Massey Ferguson (AGCO) tech and the dealership owner and his mechanic. The AGCO tech drove out from Kansas city to Bourbon, Mo. to adjust the toe-in and called it good. There is no adjustment for the camber. Toe-in and camber are two separate functions. You can not adjust the toe-in to correct the camber. The AGCO tech tells me the camber is now within the specs while also keeping the toe-in within specs. The owner at Boast Enterprises agrees with this so called fix. I asked for the specs for camber and the tech stated he does not know what they are. The tractor is designed by Japanese engineers and built in Indonesia. The AGCO tech eventually told me that the specs for camber are in Japan in the Japanese language. He suggested I get a Japanese interperter. Not only can I not get the camber specs, but I have asked for the warranty in writing twice and still do not have it. I have written the legal dept. in Duluth Georgia. I have not heard back from them and it has been several weeks. Their only answer was for the AGCO tech to call me and convince me that there is nothing wrong with the tractor and the adjustment will take care of it. Anyone have trouble with positive camber on 1825 e tractor? Can someone with Massey Ferguson tractor experience help me with this?