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Rear Camber Adjustment

Old 02-13-2005, 02:38 PM
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Anybody know who has a reasonable price on a rear camber bar? and that is on the west coast with quick shipping? I installed ground control coilovers and now the rear camber is pretty bad. if there is any other way to fix this, please let me know. and i'm guessing that les schwab doesn't have a way of fixing this when aligning...
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Old 02-13-2005, 03:07 PM
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else you can make your own. I made my own and it worked out to 60 cdn including the left hand tap which was 20 bucks
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I actually don't even know where the hell this peice is that I need to replace or whatever. Or how to install it.





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else you can make your own. I made my own and it worked out to 60 cdn including the left hand tap which was 20 bucks

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check the FSM
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Originally Posted by Cheers!' date='Feb 13 2005, 02:59 PM
check the FSM





I'm not sure what to look for in there...I mean, there is no rear camber adjuster on the car, so where would it go? What would i be replacing?
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Originally Posted by porsche4786' date='Feb 13 2005, 03:14 PM
I'm not sure what to look for in there...I mean, there is no rear camber adjuster on the car, so where would it go? What would i be replacing?



theres a link from the rear subframe to the body, this is what you're changing
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Originally Posted by j9fd3s' date='Feb 13 2005, 03:52 PM
theres a link from the rear subframe to the body, this is what you're changing



http://mazdatrix.com/h6_86-92.htm

which of these do I need, or should i get then? I'm kinda of confused, with one of these you only need 1 it says, but with the other you need 2, one for each side.
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Originally Posted by porsche4786' date='Feb 13 2005, 04:07 PM
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which of these do I need, or should i get then? I'm kinda of confused, with one of these you only need 1 it says, but with the other you need 2, one for each side.



the red one replaces the factory rod, and you just need the one.



the things below it, mount in a different place, and thus you need two, but if you have the red one, you dont need these. its an either or
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Originally Posted by j9fd3s' date='Feb 13 2005, 04:21 PM
the red one replaces the factory rod, and you just need the one.



the things below it, mount in a different place, and thus you need two, but if you have the red one, you dont need these. its an either or



ok, thanks. i think i'll probably go with the single red one, just sounds easier to install and fixes both sides at the same time. but I hope it will fix the camber.
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Originally Posted by porsche4786' date='Feb 13 2005, 04:35 PM
ok, thanks. i think i'll probably go with the single red one, just sounds easier to install and fixes both sides at the same time. but I hope it will fix the camber.



How much is too much? .25-.50 or more than that?
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