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Old 12-16-2004, 01:54 PM   #1
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Help Camber Adjustment


Got my car back....fixed the power steering line (ran over a huge rock in the canyons after a rockslide. I dont recommend this for people who like the undersides of their cars)...two hours after I got it back!! *tear*

Except: With the new springs and the fact that the car was lowered a 1 1/3 of an inch, the front wheels are sitting funny. Im not as much of a gearhead as I would like to be, so I cant explain what my mechanic told me. I just want to know how to adjust the camber on he front ( I dont even know if I am saying it right) Do I need a kit, and how much will this cost me?

Thanks for any help
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Old 12-20-2004, 05:41 PM   #2
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Ok, lowering the car will increase slighly the negative camber at the front.
Send a picture of your car.

I don't think that you really need to adjust your camber back to stock, except if you start having a lot of wear on your front tires...

I love negative camber and I want lot's of it..... (for the race car)
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