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Old 11-18-2003, 01:31 PM   #1
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Rear Camber Kit Install????

Can't seem to find any help in the "search" mode so.......I need to install the rear
camber kit in my ZX5 but the kit I ordered from Steeda has bolts with kind of a "hump"
on the bolt yet the OEM has no "hump". Question is how do you get the bolt
with a "hump" through the hole designed for a bolt with no "hump".
I contacted Steeda and they have been no help so far. Just wondering if anyone else
had ever encountered this??????


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The "hump" is the same size as the hole, and the rest of bolt is a little smaller. When installed, the cam (hump) sits in the center of the bushing, and as you rotate it the cam (hump) moves the upper pivot point in and out thus changing your camber and toe. The lower arm has one of these bolts on the inside point from the factory, but it has very little adjustment value.

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Thanks, I'll give it another look.
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rear camber

they actually work pretty well. we managed to get 1 and 3/4 degree negative w/them.
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