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Old 07-23-2013, 02:43 PM   #1
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Caster camber

What is the best product line of caster camber plates for our mustangs? And something that isnt gonna bury a college students wallet.. Something that is affordable but also good??
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I run Eibach camber bolts, but you can't adjust caster with them like caber plates. Maximum Motorsports or Steeda would be your best bet for plates. You can't beat bolts for under $30.
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I run Eibach camber bolts, but you can't adjust caster with them like caber plates. Maximum Motorsports or Steeda would be your best bet for plates. You can't beat bolts for under $30.
Well my front camber is about -1.3° on one tire and he adjusted as far as he could go so i need something to get my camber to 0°
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Well my front camber is about -1.3° on one tire and he adjusted as far as he could go so i need something to get my camber to 0°
-1.3 is perfect. You don't want 0 degrees
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Factory spec is -0.5 if I remember right. Honestly I'm sitting at -1 and haven't had any tire wear issues as of yet.
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-1.3 is perfect. You don't want 0 degrees
Alright well ill leave it alone lol
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Alright well ill leave it alone lol
I would adjust it only if you native uneven wear

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Alright well ill leave it alone lol
I would adjust it only if you notice uneven wear
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I would adjust it only if you native uneven wear

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I would adjust it only if you notice uneven wear
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To answer your original question, Maximum Motorsports will be your best bet to go with for CC plates.
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To answer your original question, Maximum Motorsports will be your best bet to go with for CC plates.
Cost wise? How much
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Having great results with the bbk plates at AM.

Nice looking, but they are silent like stock.

Tried a couple other plates and they rattled like hell, turned my car into s piece of **** over night.
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