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Old 01-12-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Camber bolts!

I got some eibach camber bolts...I don't know anything about them...am I able to install myself? And where do they even go?
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please tell me if they work !! i wana buy these for my car. i read the reviews and i read that it helps for a 2" drop.
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please tell me if they work !! i wana buy these for my car. i read the reviews and i read that it helps for a 2" drop.
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Yep! that's what they do but I don't know a single thing about them lol
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U should get 2 of them per side so ideally 4 in all. They replace the bolts for the strut and allow for adjustment to the camber for lowered cars
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They work great I got lowered on the h&r super sports which is one of the lowest springs you can go and they work awesome perfect alignment!!
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They work great I got lowered on the h&r super sports which is one of the lowest springs you can go and they work awesome perfect alignment!!
can u post sum pics of them installed?
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I don't have any pics and I'll have to take my wheel of to take a pic.
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I don't have any pics and I'll have to take my wheel of to take a pic.
how many bolts did u buy?
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I have Eibach camber bolts along with H&R race springs. I used the camber bolts to add negative camber unlike most people who just want to get back to factory alignment specs because I autocross.
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I have Eibach camber bolts along with H&R race springs. I used the camber bolts to add negative camber unlike most people who just want to get back to factory alignment specs because I autocross.
I used two bolts but four can be used if you need more adjustment. But two in most cases will be fine.
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I used two bolts but four can be used if you need more adjustment. But two in most cases will be fine.
nice ! i just wana get my front left tire aligned right . seems to sink in more then my front right tire
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They were easy to install and adjust, but I didn't have any alignment tools, so I had it aligned professionally with 1.5 degrees of negative camber. Great product, much cheaper than plates if you don't need to adjust caster.
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where exactly do u install these bolts ?
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Just 1 set on am
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I got a moog set from ebay. I installed them myself and got and alighment from a shop. Worked fine.
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where exactly do u install these bolts ?
There are two bolts at the bottom of the front shocks, either one will work.
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where exactly do u install these bolts ?
Where the lower control arms bolt to the frame
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Where the lower control arms bolt to the frame
The camber bolt replaces one or both of the strut bolts. Its not like chevy lol or like an old school stang where u actually adjust the camber from the control arms
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Ha oh oops
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no biggie i would love to have your year stang honestly, less of a hassle simple motors simple design, carb mech fuel pump, so simple and yet so awesome to own.
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Ha i know! And the engine isnt tucked up under half the dash and even better no power robbing smog!!
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