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Old 10-20-2007, 06:26 PM   #1
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Default Ajustable Rear Camber Kit + Install tool

New in package - urethane rear camber kit with offset bushings, install tool, instuction sheet and grease.

Bought it to decrease high rear tire wear on lowered springs, but sold the car before I could install the kit

I paid ~ $275 shipped from Bav

Sell the kit for $199 + shipping.

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what does these actually do? do they improve stability and handling?
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what does these actually do? do they improve stability and handling?
When the ti is lowered the rear tires gain a lot of negative camber.
The kit allows the camber to be adjusted and optimized for the contact patch. Also the urethane will restore some precision lost by the stock rubber bushings, which are probably worn if they haven't been replaced.

Helps to adjust out tire wear also.

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Ahh i see...that seems like a good deal im in money issues at the moment or i would buy it...if its still here in a month or so ill take em off your hands
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sorry for the late response to you offer seem too busy this days if you are still interested in the purchase contact us on this mail so we know the next step to take on the interest(scrapton123@yahoo.com)
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