|09-08-2013 12:59 PM|
Hmm, that's either some bad instructions or they've changed the design... The larger nut is a hollow collar and the eye-ended portion threads through it with reverse threads. You can loosen the allen-headed pinch bolt and adjust the arm on-the-car by turning the large nut/collar without unfastening anything.
|06-21-2013 07:49 AM|
|Mrfarmer||Yh. Well hope I haven't. I will bear that in mind when I take it apart. Thanks for the help.|
|06-21-2013 07:36 AM|
|06-21-2013 02:51 AM|
|Mrfarmer||Ok thanks. So as long as the bolt comes out ok things shouldn't be to hard.|
|06-20-2013 05:51 PM|
|rambleon84||just need an extension for your wrench. Upper bolt on my rear camber arm wasn't too hard|
|06-20-2013 05:19 PM|
|Mrfarmer||Little bit confused here. I have been told that if I want adjustable camber then I need to drop out the sub frame to change the upper bolt. Is this true or can it be done easier that that. ? Thanks.|
|02-20-2013 08:58 AM|
Also I'd like to ad that this how to is wrong if you are not installing camber bolts. I learned that the hard way
|02-20-2013 08:43 AM|
[QUOTE=RAF_S197;4593011]I just I stalled my SPC adjustable control arms. I can see the passenger side camber is majorly off. Am I ok to drive it for a day before getting a chance to have an alignment done?
Other than tire wear?[/QUOT
My camber was WAY out after the install...like -4.2 and it was fine taking it to the shop the next day.
|02-17-2013 01:38 PM|
|02-17-2013 01:29 PM|
|forddorf||Sure, why don't you use the adjustable arms to take out some of the camber. You don't need an alignment for adjusting camber. You can use a framing square as a guide to match each side or just go by eye.|
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