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Old 07 Apr 2008, 03:24 pm
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Default FS: Camber Bolts

Bought a new set of Ingalls camber bolts for my PT Cruiser to be lowered. Turned out the coilovers I bought were already slotted for camber adjustment, so I didn't need them even with a 3" drop.

Anyways, these are available for anyone who is going to lower their car. These are the medium level camber bolts for up to 2 degrees adjustment. (The cheaper ones only give 1 degree adjustment)

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Old 19 Apr 2008, 08:00 pm
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Default Re: FS: Camber Bolts

Still for sale.
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Old 19 Apr 2008, 09:51 pm
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Default Re: FS: Camber Bolts

Sorry for the noob response here...but what do they do??
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Old 19 Apr 2008, 10:05 pm
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Default Re: FS: Camber Bolts

Allows you to adjust the camber of your wheels back to factory spec. Without them, when you lower your car, your tires will be tilted on their sides and they'll wear unevenly and prematurely. We only need them on the fronts because the back is a solid axle so it lowers flatly. The front doesn't because it's independant front suspension.
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Default Re: FS: Camber Bolts

Lakers..still have those bolts?/ Can you email me with info at bzndz@sasktel.net
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Default Re: FS: Camber Bolts

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Lakers..still have those bolts?/ Can you email me with info at bzndz@sasktel.net
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Looks like you might have found some. Let me know.
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