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Old 08-19-2014, 12:58 PM
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Camber/Caster Kits

Do you need to adjust the camber or caster on your car after lowering it? I am ordering a bunch of kits from KMac this weekend so if you want to get in on the order I can save you the shipping from Australia if you just want to add on to our order.

The kit is $480.00 for either the front or the rear (that is the retail price but no shipping on this order from Australia). I will have them sometime next week for anyone interested in ordering some. As soon as I get them I can turn them right around to you and I will ship them within the US for free.

If anyone wants to get in on this order I need to have it paid by Saturday.

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I have noticed that my front cambers are very negative at -1.50 and the rears are at -2.50 which is a bit extreme but I am getting more outside tire wear so I am attributing this to too much toe-in. If I do get this kit, will that help decrease my negative camber and make the alignment better for more even tire wear? I will be doing a 4WD alignment tmw and I told my independent mechanic to even out the camber a bit and make it less negative and less toe-in.
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I have noticed that my front cambers are very negative at -1.50 and the rears are at -2.50 which is a bit extreme but I am getting more outside tire wear so I am attributing this to too much toe-in. If I do get this kit, will that help decrease my negative camber and make the alignment better for more even tire wear? I will be doing a 4WD alignment tmw and I told my independent mechanic to even out the camber a bit and make it less negative and less toe-in.
The toe is adjustable but the problem is with the camber. The parts that we are selling will give you the camber and caster adjustments to get the car within spec. Good luck with the alignment and let me know if you end up needing these parts to correct everything.
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