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Old 04-18-10, 06:49 PM
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The one with the question mark is the Toe adjustment arm
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Old 04-18-10, 07:38 PM
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thanks! so 1 and 2 both are camber arms? one for positive camber and the other for negative camber?
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That's a good question. I'd say that the arm closest to the spring assembly has more effect on the camber adjustment. The one on the right also looks like it can affect it as well. Without taking my rear wheel off to inspect again, that'll be my guess. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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Old 04-18-10, 09:15 PM
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hm...so I do really need both arms(1&2) to adjust more negative? or just the one on the left(1)?
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Old 04-19-10, 05:03 AM
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Originally Posted by LexiGS View Post
Which one is the toe arm? Camber arm? and what is the arm with "?" mark?...

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in that pic the ? is your Toe Arm. 2 is where it should have a fork style end this is your upper camber arm. #1 is your lower camber arm and is correct as you see in the pic.

I will have pics of parts in the next few days so you can see what it should look like.
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Old 04-19-10, 05:05 AM
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Originally Posted by LexiGS View Post
thanks! so 1 and 2 both are camber arms? one for positive camber and the other for negative camber?
Yes these are both camber arms. Upper & Lower.

Originally Posted by TWong1200 View Post
That's a good question. I'd say that the arm closest to the spring assembly has more effect on the camber adjustment. The one on the right also looks like it can affect it as well. Without taking my rear wheel off to inspect again, that'll be my guess. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
I dont think that is possible. You would twist things if you only adjust one arm in or out. Im 99% positive you would need to adjust both at the same time regardless of what direction your going.
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Old 07-27-14, 03:46 PM
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Originally Posted by phatz View Post
That is wrong. you cant just convert a fork style into a tab and run a bolt thru it!!


make a new arm! do it right, i build lowriders and have done lots of different things, this is what it should look like.


full adjustable, 1 side is left hand threads, 1 side is right hand threads. just like a tie rod, I could make these easily but I have no time, there is a guy in AZ that will build them for you, just send them the length from hole to hole. end to end. and specs you want.

here is an example of his work, [NOW REMEMBER this is for extreme cases of correction, so the adjustment is made huge,for our cars we hardly need this much adjustment, but its just an example to show you what i am trying to say. btw they can put any ends on you want. at the other end he can put a nice quality heim joint on it also.





if anybody wants his contact info just ask, i will post it.
That looks overkill and added weights but nice work and highly adjustable. Any owner have these?
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Old 11-18-14, 05:01 PM
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will this camber kit help with our AWD GS wobbling? if so i'm so in! i'm tired of the the wobbling.

please update.

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Old 07-13-15, 03:55 PM
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Just wanna bring up this old thread.
Can someone tell me if the upper and lower camber arms are the same arms? Or is there a length difference. Without looking under my car again.
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