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Old 05-01-2018, 09:13 PM
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They do offer rear arms to adjust caster their description states it allows a greater range of adjustment than the factory set-up.
You mean for the rear of the car?
 
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Old 05-02-2018, 05:03 AM
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They do offer rear arms to adjust caster their description states it allows a greater range of adjustment than the factory set-up.
I certainly would hope so, as the OEM allows NO range of adjustment
 
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Old 08-07-2018, 10:27 AM
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Default Re: camber kit from f1 fabrication

Time to resurrect the thread.

Anyone have any comments about the F1-Fabrication rear camber arms.

On ebay they have a set of the bent rear camber arms for lowered suspension cars. I just ordered a set, because after lowering my srt-6, and installing 285's in the back, the car absolutely has no traction. And I can clearly see that it has a lot of excess camber in the back.

Ill let folks know what the kit is like when it shows up. I was in the mind set to design my own and fire up the cnc to make a set of curved camber arms, but I honestly don't have any downtime for fun projects this month.
 
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Old 08-07-2018, 03:36 PM
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The F-1 rear Camber bars are welded off center so you can put them in with the arm lower from the sway bar. The swap is straight forward, remover the old one and use it to set the length of the F-1, before you put it on number the adjuster bar 1-6 so after it is on you can move (twist) it to spread the top out and move the camber toward positive. Since I had just had the K-Mac’s put on I knew my rear camber was negative on both sides. So what I did was looking at my numbers changed each one number toward positive. Still have not been over to check them at Firestone shop but the bar does clear my lowered 1” cars sway bar.
 
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