Ford Focus Forum, Ford Focus ST Forum - View Single Post - Rear end wander on icy roads
View Single Post
Old 11-24-2012, 06:26 PM   #44
elsolo
Focus Fanatic
 
elsolo's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2012
Fan#: 96835
Location: Long Beach, CA
What I Drive: 2003 dark shadow grey metallic ZX3

Posts: 2,210
Points 2,415, Level 29
Points: 2,415, Level: 29 Points: 2,415, Level: 29 Points: 2,415, Level: 29
Level Up 77% Completed
Level up: 77% Level up: 77% Level up: 77%
Forum Activity 10%
Activity: 10% Activity: 10% Activity: 10%
FF Reputation: 17 elsolo Great Standing Member
Buy-Sell-Trade Rating: (1)
Quote:
Originally Posted by sailor View Post
Sounds about right for the camber bolt (would be silly expensive for a "shim").

When people use generic descriptions that don't really apply, you begin to wonder what they actually are doing - or what kind of wool they're trying to pull over someones eyes....

I've heard it explained that "people won't understand the real description anyways" as a reason for such verbiage - seems like a poor excuse for not attempting a proper explanation...

Looks like you got fixed up in any case!

There are rear camber shims available for the focus, they are tapered and the kit retails at $70
Customer probably only got part of the box of shims, but there is the install too. Half box of shims plus an extra half hour labor. $70 is not too bad.
elsolo is offline  
    Reply With Quote