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Old 11-01-2022, 10:48 AM
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Pretty sure that Syrian guys foot color won't change with soap...

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Old 11-01-2022, 01:49 PM
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So have you already tried with renewed rear arms and rose bushes and the rear camber can't be set near -2 degrees? Camber can be even less a bit depending on the front camber so that there is at least 1 degree more negative camber on the rear compared to front.

Yes, after the refresh the minimum rear camber that could be achieved was -2 49' on the left and right. Front cambers are -1 16' and -1 03' with the pins still in place.


My plan is to try to get the front cambers to both about -0 45' and then use the adjustable arms to get to -1.5 on the rears with toe on low side of the allowed tolerance.
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As an aside I paid £320 delivered for both sets of arms which I thought was a very good price. I guess the company realised the price was too good and they're now £420.
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Old 11-15-2022, 01:08 AM
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Pretty confident my pressure gauge is accurate - I also installed an Xtrons head unit with a TPMS using valve cap sensors and the TPMS readings matches my gauge.

Euro tire pressures on the door edge are 2.2 bar (32 psi) front and 2.4 bar (35 psi) rear for a lightly loaded car - this is pretty much what I run. Do US spec cars with 20 inch wheels run the same pressures?
My US spec 2003 x5 4.6iS door jam says 32psi front and 39 psi rear for standard load / pressures on 20" staggered wheels.
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