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Old 01-27-2013, 06:25 PM   #1
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Formula or rule of thumb for adjusting rear camber arms?

I'll be getting a set of adjustable camber arms for the SVT because right now with how I'm lowered (barely a finger gap), I'll be eating the inside of the tires.

When I do get them, I'll start by making them the same length as the stock arms. But, instead of going trial and error, has anyone figured out some sort of formula where a certain length of the arm will give a certain degree of camber??

example: adjustable arm being 5mm longer than stock will give 1 degree of negative camber.


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