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Old August 16th 2019, 22:26
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Originally Posted by $aint View Post

After that I set them to full negative which didn't actually give that much extra negative camber (as I already expected, but still )

Unfortunately the floor in my garage is very uneven so I can't really do any precise camber measurements there, so I'm just going by rough measurements at the moment. Hope this will be better in the new location.
Yeah, I went with some cheap spherical adjustable top mounts on my 1303 and I think I got 0.5 degrees additional. I don't remember, but it wasn't much.

You can get one of those triangular camber gauges that mounts on the outside of the wheel that will work even with an uneven surface. You just get a measurement of the ground first, roll the car to that spot then measure it and subtract the difference.
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