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Improvement on Ireland's rear camber kit

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Anybody host a picure or two for me?

I made up a new set of camber eccentrics, very similar to Irelands, except nicer. They take one more step to machine, which probably is the reason Ireland makes theirs the way they do. Difficult to explain what I did, but if anybody wants pictures, I’ll email them to you.

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partsguy@diesel-direct.com

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always interested in such things!

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fbeck@repp.org

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leif@M3motorwerks.com

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cort_chambers@progressive.com

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Holy shit!

Thanks for the intrest, I had to mass mail everybody the same email so that I wouldn't be up all night emailing everybody. If you still want pictures, of have any questions, just email me.

Thanks,

Peter

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Peter--excellent pics! Thank you. I may not do what you did, but at least now I have a good idea of the issues involved before ordering the Ireland Kit. --Fred 73 tii 74 trackcar

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Welding the head of a large allen bolt to the round eccentric plate on the the nut side, so that you can turn both sides (the bolt side with a box end wrench and the allen side with a allen wrench) to make ajusting a little easier. Also I am going to have the hardware plated, because the hardware Ireland sends is bare steel, which is just asking for rust, even if you paint it somehow.

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