<VV> rear wheel camber
Chris & Bill Strickland
lechevrier at earthlink.net
Tue Dec 4 18:37:28 EST 2007
Sounds like several folks haven't caught the bit about these cars being
"lowered" -- there is a point in the geometry that if you go past it in
the lowering process, you can no longer get zero camber with the stock
suspension adjustments. Using the stock lower strut, possibly have to
re-fab the bracket on either end -- probably why some racers use a heim
joint strut back there, more adjustability.
Since you didn't give any details about your lowering process, really,
we are in the dark.
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