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Negative camber on one side.
« on: May 12, 2016, 06:46:27 PM »
So just a quick one guys

Completely rebuilt and redone my rear suspension. Everything was removed, including subframe and differential etc.
Fitted back with super now adjustable arms etc etc. Anyway long story short. Now I'm finished one side is perfect like before I started.  The other side there's way toooo much negative camber. I made sure all adjustable arms were the Samuel length, also I set the camber identical on both sides of the car, yet one side is way out. Bear in mind I had to use a second hand subframe because I destroyed mine trying to remove a seized trailing arm. Also second hand drive shafts as I damaged one trying to remove a seized one from the wheel hub.

So I know the subframe could be bent as its second hand, but in theory would a subframe ever bend outward? I will measure X points to check to see if it's good when I get some time but just wondering if any of you have had similar issues or any ideas as to what it could be. It's an FD3S.

Any help or ideas much appreciated

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