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Old 07-13-2007, 06:52 AM   #1
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Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket rear camber link.
I have two RRRs, but they both have different type rear camber links, and one of the cars will not allow enough thread on the link to get the correct camber.
I thought I saw in one of the posts an aftermarket camber link that was aluminum, with better adjustment for it.

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Does anyone know if there is an aftermarket rear camber link.
I have two RRRs, but they both have different type rear camber links, and one of the cars will not allow enough thread on the link to get the correct camber.
I thought I saw in one of the posts an aftermarket camber link that was aluminum, with better adjustment for it.

thanks
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Got it all Bill! no need to panic
Thank ya Sam
Did not know if you carried an aftermarket camber link.
I sent you an e-mail to your shop about some other items I forgot to pick up yesterday.
I am going to try and "sneak" out early today, and will stop by.

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There is an alternative link in the kit. It has a hole in the end at 90 deg to the turn buckle end and you install 2 of 6 x 3 x 2.5 bearings in and you put a 3mm set screw through the bearing and attach it to the rear bulk head. It stiffens the whole back end up
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