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Old 09-30-2012, 01:26 PM   #1
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Camber bolt placement in front struts

I have read conflicting things about where it should be.Top or bottom?? Ford manual says top according to a forum member who works for ford.BMR pdf says top.Which way the bolt arrow and washer Flange should face to fix neg. camber is not clear on the coyote cars either. WHO KNOWS FACTS??????
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I have read conflicting things about where it should be.Top or bottom?? Ford manual says top according to a forum member who works for ford.BMR pdf says top.Which way the bolt arrow and washer Flange should face to fix neg. camber is not clear on the coyote cars either. WHO KNOWS FACTS??????
I would follow the instructions for the bolts you have. I have the eibach bolts and their instructions said to use the bottom holes. I think there are a couple different designs, some use the top, and some use the bottom.
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The company that makes them for Eibach states that you can use two cam bolts to effectively double the range of adjustability. Either hole will work.
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