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Old 01-21-2021, 11:57 AM
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I think rear spec camber was -1.5 to -2.2. It's set at -1.3, but the inward lean looks proper now.
That's correct. Dropped my X 2" and they can't get the rear into spec. I have a pair of camber arms waiting to go on, but I'm chasing another problem right now that I have to get figured out before I put them on. Looks nice the way you have it set up!
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Old 04-04-2021, 06:08 PM
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Pics of the summer rims on with the 30mm rear and 25mm front H&R spacers and the Hard Race rear adjustable camber/toe arms. Rims are cleaned, the X definitely is not. Still need to get the rear end fixed after the rear end incident, but waiting for slightly warmer weather. I like how it sits now .

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Pics of the summer rims on with the 30mm rear and 25mm front H&R spacers and the Hard Race rear adjustable camber/toe arms. Rims are cleaned, the X definitely is not. Still need to get the rear end fixed after the rear end incident, but waiting for slightly warmer weather. I like how it sits now .

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I love reading threads like these...makes me feel so good about going the correct way with a bushing kit. hehehee
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