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  • E46 M3 Track Tires and Wheels

  • …that much negative camber. For the rear, 2.4-2.6 negative camber and the high side of the factory toe-in is normally ideal. You should be able to adjust to these specs without a camber kit. Camber is adjusted at the lower eccentric bolt attaching the lower control arm to the hub assembly (under the…

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  • SPC Control Arms for Jeep JK: Part One

  • …on my adjustable rear upper control arms and caused a host of issues with my Jeep. With a lifted Jeep you have to make sure to check the torque on everything after abusing it. With the adjustment threads all wallowed out, under heavy acceleration, my passenger rear upper control arm (UCA) actually…

  • SPC Control Arms For Jeep JK: Part Two

  • control arm bolts and the adjustment locking jam nuts. If you're only installing upper control arms, it's recommended to loosen the bolts on the lower arms too, to take out any bind in them that might be caused by installing different length upper arms. The torque specs for the control arms

  • SPC BMW Rear Camber Arm

  • …style arm is an excellent choice when lowering or for correcting rear camber on stock vehicles.Rear Adjustment Range: -1.0 degree to +3.0 degree camberInstallation Time: 1.3 hr. per sideKits Required: 1 kit per wheelFor high performance applications, see SPC Performance's BMW rear lower Control ...

  • SPC Chry/Dodge Rear Camber Kit

  • …Kit includes a pair of offset bushings to replacethe stock bushings on the vehicle's two rear upper control arms resulting in +/-1.5 degree rear camber adjustment (depending on application).Rear Adjustment Range: -.75 degree to +1.5 degree camberInstallation Time: 0.6 hr. per sideKits Required:…

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