Steeda Mustang Rear Camber Adjustment Kit (555-4126)

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Has anyone installed this kit? Does it maker camber adjustment easier?

 

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It does for the lazy aligment techs.
 

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Please explain.
The rear camber is adjustable from factory, but the adjustment isn’t real easy. From what I’ve gathered, you’d loosen the bolt at the upper arm (subframe side) and pull/pry to get the desired camber. With this kit, it adds eccentrics to make the adjustment easier. I think @wildcatgoal has/had them on his car. I’ve been considering them myself as I’m currently running -1.7* camber in the rear
 

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Has anyone else attempted these? I am seriously thinking about getting them installed when I have the Vorshlag front camber plates installed. Then the front and rear camber can be adjusted at the same time when I get the alignment. These will fit w/ the GT350's correct?
 


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Has anyone else attempted these? I am seriously thinking about getting them installed when I have the Vorshlag front camber plates installed. Then the front and rear camber can be adjusted at the same time when I get the alignment. These will fit w/ the GT350's correct?
Yes, they will fit the GT350. Furthermore, they re-enforce the IRS sub frame bracket from deflecting under hard acceleration.
Very popular part among Drag and Road Racers.

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I have them and they work just like any other eccentric adjuster. You don't need them to have adjustable camber, we already have that. They just make it way easier for you or the tech. Without them it's pretty much a two man job with a lift. One person holds the arm in the desired position using a bar and the other to tighten the nut.
 

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Yes we can currently adjust the rear camber but only up to a certain point, correct? These make it easier and more adjustment possible?
 
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I have them and they work just like any other eccentric adjuster. You don't need them to have adjustable camber, we already have that. They just make it way easier for you or the tech. Without them it's pretty much a two man job with a lift. One person holds the arm in the desired position using a bar and the other to tighten the nut.
I have them and glad I do. I'm at 1.5
 

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I have them and they don't work anymore after 1 1/2 year of being in the car. The bolt doesn't move anymore. We tried it with a large lever on a bar and it didn't move. We then stopped with fear to strip the head of the bolt.
 

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I have them and they don't work anymore after 1 1/2 year of being in the car. The bolt doesn't move anymore. We tried it with a large lever on a bar and it didn't move. We then stopped with fear to strip the head of the bolt.
Make sure you loosen it on the nut side of the through bolt. If you need hardware please reach out to [email protected]
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