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Re: you don't need a camber kit for a 1.3" drop... (archive)

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Posted by dudel on August 29, 2001 at 04:43:52:

In Reply to: Re: you don't need a camber kit for a 1.3" drop... posted by jason schieck on August 28, 2001 at 22:02:14:

That BMP camber kit is for the FRONT wheels. Won't do anything to the visible camber of the back wheels. If your rear wheels are visibly "knock kneed", then you get to:

1) buy tires more often as they wear on the edge.

2) live with sub optimal handling - not having a full contact patch on the ground

3) live with a car that looks like it's holding it trying to get to a bathroom!

Don

i need your advice and feedback. i am reposting this for i think it maybe got passed over. has anybody on this board used a camber correction kit for the rear of there e-34. I saw one in a BMP catalog and it said it was an "easy" switch of some bushing or something, the way they described it sounded easy. any feedback?

Jason


i think it might need one for when looked at, the rear wheels are visibly cambered in(especially with passengers in the car)





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