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Old 01-16-2005, 01:04   #1 (permalink)
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camber kit

G'day all:

I need to put a camber kit onto an EL (I6), and think I will go Whiteline. Anybody with any cautions about these, assembly-wise or otherwise?

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Old 01-16-2005, 23:30   #2 (permalink)
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I have a Pedders camber kit in my EF XR6. It has all the adjustments that I need. Takes about 1 1/2 hrs to fit and then all you need is an alingment.
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Thanks for that. I have priced the two kits, and the Whiteline one is cheaper. I think that Pedders stuff can be over-priced at times.
The Pedders kit is shim adjust?
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Yes the Pedders kit is fully adjustable. Remember, you only get what you pay for. Ask your self, can i get the adjustment out of the kit that I want to buy and can i alter the adjustment my self easily between track work and normal driving. With the pedders I can alter my alignment in about 1 minute per side.
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Kmac camber castor kit Easily adjustable by the ratchet type mechanisim..
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Yes the Pedders kit is fully adjustable. Remember, you only get what you pay for. Ask your self, can i get the adjustment out of the kit that I want to buy and can i alter the adjustment my self easily between track work and normal driving. With the pedders I can alter my alignment in about 1 minute per side.
If i was to go without a camber kit and fit lower springs....what would be the consequences
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