BMR Magneride Spring Install

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    I’ve thought about it and the only ones I’ve found are the BMR one’s. Does anyone else make them?
     
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    Maximum motor sport. Best one
     
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    Sorry to dig up an old thread - but did you ever sort your camber out? Or is this actually within a reasonable tolerance? It's just I"m new to installing springs and having to adjust camber and I'm really wanting to install these exact same springs.
     
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    Sorry for the late response but I ended up getting some Steeda rear adjustable camber arms to fix it. CFE81AC4-BC3E-40B4-8E94-5D7ABD54EA30.jpeg
     
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    The rear is fully adjustable from the factory .
     
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    Thanks for getting back. Those certainly look robust! I'll check those out amongst other options, thanks!

    I'm assuming it only goes so far and wasn't enough for Rodsaleen?
     
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    I'm sure it was. But often the techs at shops struggle with the factory slot or don't know what to do at all. There is plenty of adjustment room there.
     
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    That sure does sound hopeful for me. I'm going to do some more research... Not having to buy some expensive billet arms would be a massive bonus.

    I presume camber plates at the front are still required though?
     
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    Did you end up installing these springs? I’m planning on doing them too and could use your knowledge about what I’ll need. I was hoping BMR’s camber bolts would be enough.
     
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    I actually eventually decided on Steeda progressive springs instead of the BMR linear. Research showed that many people don't even install plates or bolts but I really don't like the idea of that. I also found that camber bolts can be a bit of a pain (removing when slightly rusted etc) some consider it a 'band aid' vs camber plates. So I caved and picked up some Steeda camber plates to go with the springs. Still waiting for some good weather to get these installed. It's been raining and 0-7c temperature here recently (England).
     
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    Great choice on all fronts, you won't be disappointed in the Steeda springs & the camber plates :)
     
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