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my camber kits are ready now

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Looks great Paul. Kinda glad you made this announcement a couple of days after I ordered the bushings. I really don't have the cash'o'la to make another purchase. I'll order some later in the summer :)

BTW - I am assuming that you have no products for the e30 chassis available?

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up to 20 mm neg/10mm pos camber and 10mm pos/10mm neg caster

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they look great- but beware.... running radical neg. camber will increase tire wear dramatically. are you going to change setting fot track v city use? oh ya... and who will align front end after set up? as i recall- wheelworks, and other drive -in places dont have the computer settings to deal with 02s running neg. camber. let us know how you will aligne and how you will determine degree of camber. good luck- i now have another " must have" on my list. I get about 1 degree neg. camber now from slotting strut top.///

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Your strut may be shorter.

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URL: http://chroma.med.miami.edu/~idickers/M2002.html

I've run Ireland's coilover/camber plates for 6 years, and never had a problem with a shop doing the alignment. I don't change the neg camber between track and street since the toe needs to be adjusted each time the camber is changed. I have -2 degrees front camber and just rotate the tires more often.

Ian

'76 M2002

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