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Camber Correction (archive)

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Posted by Phaedrus on August 28, 2001 at 08:48:22:

In Reply to: Re: camber question? posted by Jason Schieck on August 27, 2001 at 21:13:33:

I have one installed on my E28. I'm assuming that you are looking at a camber correction kit for the rear of the car. In this instance, I would pay someone with the right tools to do it for you and at the same time to replace the rear axle carrier rubber mounts. The time and effort for this job is pretty substantial without the proper specialty tools, however it can be done at home with several jacks and a lot of $@#%...

In the front, I doubt that you need camber correction... Most people that want improved handling use the eccentric OEM BMW front strut bushings to add about 0.5 degees of additional negative camber to improve turnin.


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