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Old 02-04-2003, 12:18 PM   #3907
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Placing shims under the rear tower will raise the camber link mount holes. Raising (and lengthening) the camber link mount location on the rear tower will increase rear traction but reduce side-to-side stability.

If you raise the rear arm mounts equal with the rear tower, you will keep the standard camber gain properties of the stock suspension geometry but raise the rear roll center. It's hard to determine the purpose without knowing any other modifications to the rear suspension.
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