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Posted by TBell on October 23, 2000 at 13:18:24:

In Reply to: Re: ? on front adjustable camber plates.. posted by Karl Seeger on October 23, 2000 at 13:00:33:

Hi Karl, I'm not worried about AutoX anyhow cuz I don't run with SCCA anyway and our CCA events we don't worry about any stinkin classes cuz we just run for fun...I'm more concerned about the big track....I'm not going to do the rear cuz the OEM seems to be ok...tire temp was the same all the way across the tire on the rear....it's the front, and I've had to remount the tires changing the inside to the outside to wear them uniformly..

So where can I get these and how much do they cost?? and are they easy to adjust from track to street settings ?? Thanks Karl, Tom

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

-Karl





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