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Posted by LUNI2NZ on May 17, 2001 at 15:43:40:

In Reply to: How to get rid of rear camber posted by Cory Patterson on May 17, 2001 at 12:16:51:

Hello all,

I lowered my 95 M3 with H&R springs. After i chewed through my last set of tires i am wondering about getting the camber out of the back. BMW cannot take any more of the camber out without it rubbing aginst the fender well.

What are my options for getting rid of the camber? I realize that i cannot push he top of the tire out anymore.

Thanks in advance.


that will allow you to add positive camber. However, if you add positive camber the top of the wheel will move outward. So unless the track guys know some magic, you'll either have to change wheel/tire size or roll the fenders. Jay

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