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Re: ? on front adjustable camber plates.. (archive)

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Posted by Karl Seeger on October 23, 2000 at 13:00:33:

In Reply to: ? on front adjustable camber plates.. posted by TBell on October 23, 2000 at 12:03:05:

I have the K-Mac caster/camber plates in front and the K-Mac camber/toe bushing in the rear. They are mounted in urethane so they are well suited for street use (all the others use hem joins, no compliance). The K-Mac plates are the only ones I know of that will let you still use a strut brace, the others will not without a little extra work.

I don't mess with them, I have a race shop set them on an alignment machine. The only problem I have had was it made my strut brace a little higher and it dimpled my hood ("modifying" the brace with a rubber mallet "fixed" the problem).

So Tom, can you do this and still be legal in AutoX? Check the rulebook. I think adjustable caster/camber plates will put you in modifiedů


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