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Old 04-27-2013, 08:26 PM   #21
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Old 11-10-2015, 01:49 PM   #22
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Reviving this from the dead .. but this is too good of a thread to let die!
Amazing DIY Joey!

I see 2 different part #s for this product and our vehicles.

#67340 claims a + 1.5 +3.0 degree of adjustment.
#67145 claims a - 1.5 +1.5 degree of adjustment.

I'm getting wear on the inside of my front drivers side, and a little of the same on the passenger side.

Which part # am I looking to get? I'd assume it's #67340 ..

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Old 11-11-2015, 09:21 AM   #23
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Anyone? Which Part#? Please?
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Old 11-17-2015, 01:26 PM   #24
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Reviving this from the dead .. but this is too good of a thread to let die!
Amazing DIY Joey!

I see 2 different part #s for this product and our vehicles.

#67340 claims a + 1.5 +3.0 degree of adjustment.
#67145 claims a - 1.5 +1.5 degree of adjustment.

I'm getting wear on the inside of my front drivers side, and a little of the same on the passenger side.

Which part # am I looking to get? I'd assume it's #67340 ..

Thanks you guys!
You get whichever one you need for your goals. If you can go get the alignment checked to see how far its off thatd help but if your car is at stock height and going to stay that way id just go with the 1.5 degrees of adjustment as I doubt you are off by any more than that. If you want to go low or need the extra camber for a track oriented setup or because thats what the cool kids do now then id say get the 3 degree set.
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Old 11-17-2015, 04:51 PM   #25
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You get whichever one you need for your goals. If you can go get the alignment checked to see how far its off thatd help but if your car is at stock height and going to stay that way id just go with the 1.5 degrees of adjustment as I doubt you are off by any more than that. If you want to go low or need the extra camber for a track oriented setup or because thats what the cool kids do now then id say get the 3 degree set.
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Ehh, I guess it's my fault for not mentioning the obvious.
My wagon is lowered on F&F Type II's, about 2 inches or so.
We never installed a camber kit because my last ride had Eibach's with a similar stance,
and they hit pretty hard if you hit a decent pot hole.

When we did the coilovers on the wagon, I tried to stay away from that form of camber kit. (anchor)?
I'm sitting at almost -3.0 on the driver side, and there is wear on the inside of the tire. Pretty bad.
The passenger side seems to be alright .. but not good, and it's sitting at something like -1.2.

So, I guess I'll try these SPC's that I see on eBay ..
Any good references from people who have purchased SPC's from eBay.
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Old 11-18-2015, 12:06 PM   #26
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Thanks MrT!
Ehh, I guess it's my fault for not mentioning the obvious.
My wagon is lowered on F&F Type II's, about 2 inches or so.
We never installed a camber kit because my last ride had Eibach's with a similar stance,
and they hit pretty hard if you hit a decent pot hole.

When we did the coilovers on the wagon, I tried to stay away from that form of camber kit. (anchor)?
I'm sitting at almost -3.0 on the driver side, and there is wear on the inside of the tire. Pretty bad.
The passenger side seems to be alright .. but not good, and it's sitting at something like -1.2.

So, I guess I'll try these SPC's that I see on eBay ..
Any good references from people who have purchased SPC's from eBay.
Okay get the 3 degree kit then and make sure you have your toe right as that usually the cause of what people call camber wear. I had the spc kit on my cb set to full negative and it was lowered on konis and skunk2 springs (about -3 on the front) and while the tires didnt wear perfectly evenly they were still normal and ive seen stock cars have worse wear patterns keep the tires rotated and they will be fine. Been doing it ever since on an integra and now a camaro and will be doing it on another cb if I manage to find one clean enough to bother with. I also bought my spcs on ebay and my wicked tuning rear kit as well and had no problems. As long as the seller is high rated youll be fine and ebay protects its buyers well. Now go forth and properly align
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Old 11-18-2015, 04:36 PM   #27
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Okay get the 3 degree kit then and make sure you have your toe right as that usually the cause of what people call camber wear. I had the spc kit on my cb set to full negative and it was lowered on konis and skunk2 springs (about -3 on the front) and while the tires didnt wear perfectly evenly they were still normal and ive seen stock cars have worse wear patterns keep the tires rotated and they will be fine. Been doing it ever since on an integra and now a camaro and will be doing it on another cb if I manage to find one clean enough to bother with. I also bought my spcs on ebay and my wicked tuning rear kit as well and had no problems. As long as the seller is high rated youll be fine and ebay protects its buyers well. Now go forth and properly align
Thanks MrT!

Yeah, I always buy from a 100% buyer, and one where there's been a ton of the item being bought, and + feedback is very positive.
Welp, I know this will fix the camber, but I am not looking forward to hitting when I hit pot-holes.

Thanks again man ...
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Old 11-18-2015, 09:45 PM   #28
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Thanks MrT!

Yeah, I always buy from a 100% buyer, and one where there's been a ton of the item being bought, and + feedback is very positive.
Welp, I know this will fix the camber, but I am not looking forward to hitting when I hit pot-holes.

Thanks again man ...
My car was lower than yours and the kit only hit on the passenger side which the car had been previously hit there... twice. So its not a for sure thing that youll even experience that. Good luck man.
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Bumpin this since i seem to be that "F*cking Doushbag" that constantly points out peoples shitty camber online now a days.. I despise this stupid "Stance" trend everyone's doing now with a passion
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my stock ball joints are just stupid! wont come out for anything with a hammer + pb blaster.

also was it the energy suspension poly bushings you have in your anchors? i got some and am stumped on how to get them in there.
i took the old center rod out

and thought the rubber was just in the way but when i took most of it out
i saw that the bushing is bigger than the hole so i thought maybe the metal ring was removable

but its all one piece??


i suck at this
Keep making that cut so you go thru that ring, if you nick the anchor no worries, then take a cold chisel and line it up and you'll be able to get the old bushing surround out. Once u cut thru all the way it might even fall out otherwise once you start to fold in the ring it'll come right out. It's pretty flimsy metal.. then hit up the anchor with sandpaper lube up your bushing and push em in..it help to get both poly pieces in then jam in the bolt guide. Then with a vice give it a squish to get everything seated and centered
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