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Old 15 Jan 2015, 02:25 pm
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Anyone know how to rear camber? Is it even possible??
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Old 15 Jan 2015, 02:59 pm
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Old 15 Jan 2015, 03:19 pm
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I need like -6 degrees..
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I need like -6 degrees..
I wouldn't want to do it. But sence you haven't figured out how. You have to either bend the axle to get the angle you want or you shim the spinal. But I'm not advocating such adjustment. Drivability will suffer.
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I think you need a reality check...
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When I was building plastic model kits some 55 or so years ago and bent the back wheel post like that I would just cut off and glue it back in straight.
But I cn see you are way beyond that. About 20 fat mice must have climbed in the back of that one just after you glued it up.
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When I was building plastic model kits some 55 or so years ago and bent the back wheel post like that I would just cut off and glue it back in straight.
But I cn see you are way beyond that. About 20 fat mice must have climbed in the back of that one just after you glued it up.
That's the cool thing for those. Be funny to watch a Fiat bust Their A$$ in a run lol.
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When I was building plastic model kits some 55 or so years ago and bent the back wheel post like that I would just cut off and glue it back in straight.
But I cn see you are way beyond that. About 20 fat mice must have climbed in the back of that one just after you glued it up.

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