Can't get my camber dialed in...help! I'm done!
OK folks, ignore any other posts I have about my alignment. I have a '69 coupe with 302 and C4, p/s, p/b, a/c. Steering/suspension mods are 620lb springs, 1" sway bar, Pro-motorsports negative wedge kit (with shelby drop), bump steer kit and eccentric eliminator kit. Rides on 15x7s with BFGs. According to pro-motorsports I need 0* camber, 1-2* caster and 1/32-1/16 toe-in.
Last weekend the car was fine and then it started making a terrible tire squealing noise from the front tires at all speeds. The steering wheel also felt odd so I stopped and had the car towed home. The tires looked like they were on a race car with the tops tilted way outwards.
This weekend I've been trying to dial in the camber with no luck. No matter what hole I choose in the eccentric kit the camber is either negative or positive. Right now I have about -3* on the driver's side and -1* on the passenger side. If I change to the next hole it jumps to +3 on both sides.
Is there any other way to adjust camber besides the eccentric/lower control arm?
2008 Bullitt|Roush M90 w/ 2.57 pulley and CAI, 90mm MAF, Steeda UCA, LCAs, Hyperco springs, Brenspeed tune, Roush shifter, a few other things|
1969 Coupe Restomod-never complete!
2008 Power Wheels Bullitt Clone
Mustangs from the past: 66 coupe, 69 Coupe, 69 Grande, 2001 Bullitt, 2011 V6
Last edited by rangerdoc; 03-25-2012 at 07:01 PM.