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Old 03-12-2014, 02:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi guys, looking to add more camber at the rear to fit my 8 j rota's having not owned a honda before just trying to work out in my head how the arms work to had camber without adding to much toe, to me looking at the hub if i get shorter arms or adjustable arms this will force more toe on the hub, is this correct?
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yes. Any change in ride hheight and camber will cause a toe change. You will need an alignment where they can adjust the camber to make your tires fit and then adjust the toe as necessary.
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Buy a quality adjustable arm, most do 5* easily, pull the top of that wheel in as necesary then get an alignment
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O'reilly and others sell adjustable rear UCA's just for this reason.
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