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Old 04-26-2013, 08:04 PM   #1
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2004 ZX3 Camber Kit Question?

I got some lowering spring installed and couldn't do the alignment. Problem is that the SPC camber kit that I bought now keep messing up the bearing that goes in between the spring plate and the camber kit itself. In fact, every time I try to align the bearing pops out of position. If I want it aligned, it has to stay in that position. If I put it so that it sits perfect in the position its not aligned. Any ideas. I have had to replace the bearings about 6 times now.

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