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TL camber adjustment Work wheels
in this video i am going to adjust the camber and height on my boys TL. he is the new owner of the Work schwerts, can you tell that he is very happy? lol wheels goes good on B.B. AKA "BLUE BELLA"





How to Install Camber Bolts
How to install camber kits, How to adjust camber, camber bolts, camber bolt installation, camber bolt adjustment, camber bolt alignment, camber bolt removal, camber alignment, how to fit camber bolts, front camber bolts, ford ranger, ford explorer, mazda b3000 **This video will show you how to put in camber bolts so you can adjust the camber on your car or truck. You do not need any special tools to do this job, just a few basic hand tools. The job straight forward and anyone with basic tools can do it! Here are the camber bolts I used: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000C59Z68/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789& creative=390957&creativeASIN=B000C59Z68&linkCode=as2&tag=chri0e2-20&linkId= 26D3EOGD347BALC5 **If the video was helpful, please give it a "thumbs up" and consider subscribing. Leave any questions or comments below and I will answer them as well.** Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chrisfix8 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisFixed Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=paintballoo7 How to replace a tie rod end FAST https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxHnN9-rzoI How to replace a Control Arm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7bOxQe_WhU How to replace a Shock Absorber https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6dEXhEGoU8 How to adjust camber, camber bolts, camber bolt installation, camber bolt adjustment, camber bolt alignment, camber bolt removal, camber alignment, how to fit camber bolts, front camber bolts, Ford ranger camber bolt, ford explorer camber bolt, mazda b3000 camber bolt, mercury mountaineer camber bolt, Camber kit, camber kit installation, camber bolt kit, camber kit before and after, honda civic camber kit install, Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. ChrisFix assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. ChrisFix recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of ChrisFix, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not ChrisFix.





Skunk2 How-To: Pro Series Front Camber Kit Installation
Skunk2's proven adjustable front camber kits have remained the industry standard for more than a decade. Now that you've made the right decision and chosen Skunk2, here's a close-up look at how to install yours.





Camber Kits - Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
http://www.andysautosport.com/camber_kits.html On this episode of Andy's Auto Sport TV, we're going to show you how to install Camber Arms to adjust rear camber. The Guy in the Videos also goes over the methods of how to adjust camber whether you have lowered or lifted your vehicle. From stock replacement parts to high-performance aftermarket accessories, Andy's Auto Sport has what you need to get the looks and power your vehicle deserves. Source: http://www.andysautosport.com http://www.andysautosporttv.com Contact Us 1(800) 419 1152 or by email info@andysautosport.com Please feel free to rank our video, share it, or embed it!





DIY: How To Adjust Coilovers
No Copyright Infringement Intended. "Shooting Stars (Instrumental)" by Bag Raiders Self Explanatory. This is a do it yourself video on coilover height adjustment on a 2008-2012 Honda Accord. Check the coupes and sedans of the 8th generation Honda Accords at My8thGen.com!





Camber Kits....Explained. Why you need to install them and What they are.
http://iapdirect.com/camber-kits/ http://www.camberkit.com This video quickly explains what camber kits are, why you need them and what brands are the best Video Transcript: Hi. I'm Peter with Import Auto Performance and CamberKit.com. I just want to answer some quick questions for you in regards to camber kits, some very common questions and some questions that should help you in making a purchase or making a decision on which camber kit you need if you need one. OK? The first and very popular question, this is regards to how the kits are packaged. Customer is always asking, "Will this kit cover both left and right sides on my vehicle?" The answer is yes to that question. A lot of companies or some companies out there will package just for left or just for right. You got to purchase in quantity's of two. We don't do that. I feel like it's a little bit confusing and so you know when you purchase from us that quantity of one on the website will cover left and right sides. So if you need a front kit, purchase quantity of one. That will cover front left and front right. Same for the rear. OK? So if that's the question you're looking to get answered, you can stop here and that should answer it for you. OK? Another very common question is, "Why do I need a camber kit or what is a camber kit?" OK. So you may have gone to your alignment shop and they told you that they couldn't get your alignment back to factory specifications and that you needed a camber kit or you may have noticed that the inner edge of your tires have been wearing really quickly and you want to know how to fix that problem. OK? So the camber kit, what it will do, is it will take your tires from looking like this if you're looking from the back of a car or the front of a car and it will straighten them out. All right? It's either going to do that via a bolt or an arm or bushing. There are different types of kits for different types of vehicles because they have different suspensions. All right? But they're all going to do the same thing. We take it from this to this. Why you do that is because when your tires are riding like this, they're only riding an inside edge of the tire. So you're just tearing up the inner edge of that tire and in the outside, if you look at your tire, it probably looks brand new, right? So it will straighten it out which will increase the contact patch. The tire will be touching the road evenly and so you will not only notice that your tires are wearing longer because they're wearing evenly. They're lasting longer, I'm sorry, but also your traction will be improved because you will have your full tire, the full contact patch touching the road. So better handling, better traction in both wet and dry. So it's really a huge plus. You probably notice a decrease in road noise and the list goes on and on. It's really a good thing to get those tires aligned. Now you may have lowered your car. You may have put bigger wheels and tires on there. You may have done both or you may have done none of those. You may just have a vehicle that comes off the line and it's at the edge of factory specifications and it can't be adjusted any farther and we notice that with a lot of newer vehicles especially the newer sports cars and so you will want to just get that camber fixed and so you can have all this increases that I just talked about. OK? Another question is the folks are like, "Well, now, I know that I need one. I know how they work. I know how they're packaged. What brand do I go with?" If you're doing some searching on Google or you're searching on eBay, you will probably find there are a bunch of brands out there for your car. What you want to do is you want to make sure you go with a proven manufacturer, someone that has been out for a while and have done proper R and D. I will give you some of the brands. OK? Specialty Products Company (SPC camber kits), they've been around for almost 40 years. They specialize in the alignment industry. That's all they do and they actually private label for a lot of other manufacturers and they sell it to some of the dealers. OK? So that is a really great brand to go with. Ingalls Engineering camber kits out of Colorado, they have been around for a very long time and they do proper research and development on their kits and we've had really good success with those. If you have a Mercedes or BMW or VW Audi, you can go with K-MAC camber kits of Australia. They've been around for 40 plus years. They do some great R and D, make everything in-house. They're in Australia and so that's a really great brand to go with. So if you have a Mercedes, most likely you're going to have a hard time finding a kit or BMW. It's an older one as well. They make kits for almost every BMW and Mercedes under the sun. What's really cool about them as well is they will cover vehicle applications that most other manufacturers haven't touched yet. It's very interesting. OK?





Slammed Integra Walkaround. Function&Form Coilovers.
First off I know the lip is a different color, it's a Dupli color rattle can paint job. Just a walk around for all those asking to see the car after the coilovers where put on, its been a while since i've posted a video of my car. Its sitting on Function&Form Type 1's. Maxed out. Since my last one if got these rims, 15x8 0 offset. Tires are 195/45/r15's. BlackWorks camber kit front and rear, both maxed out to the negative camber way. Rolled my fenders front and rear, trim fender liner to be able to keep the liner but room so I don't rub, the rears I removed and relocated the rear bumper tab due to when I had 195/55 tires they rubbed. (Now it isn't a problem with smaller tires) Just a little walk around and to keep you update. Likes and comments are always appreciated. I Love the feed back and will get back to you as fast as possible.





How to make a v10 lamborghini sound with your mouth
http://carnecks.com/ Man, this is one heck of a video. You've probably seen - or heard - your buddies, or maybe people on the internet making car noises with their mouth right? Well this guy, Alexis from Argentina, takes it one step further. He instructs step-by-step how to very accurately replicate the sound of a Lamborghini V10 engine with your mouth, using just a can, some patience, and maybe luck. If you don't want to watch the tutorial and just want to hear the noise, skip to 5:25 to have your eyes, mind, and ears blown away, oh and listen for that epic downshift at 6:15. Enjoy, fellow car enthusiasts, and live out those childhood dreams.





Knowledge Base: Front Camber Kits
For more than a decade, Skunk2 has led the industry with its fully adjustable front camber kits. More enthusiasts choose Skunk2's adjustable camber kits because of innovations like our anti-slip design, durable forged ball joints, and an unprecedented amount of camber adjustment. Now learn about all three kits, including Tuner Series, Pro Series, and Pro Series Plus, and find out what makes Skunk2 camber kits the best.





Ronsyn's "Moneymint" eg civic hatchback [FRSH]
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Daytona Ram HEMI 5.7L w/ 24' Rims Orange Metallic
One of 6000 made, Dodge Ram Daytona HEMI 5.7L Orange Metallic One of a kind color and Rims Daytona - Introduced for 2005, the Ram Daytona was a new sport-truck edition of the Ram. It was available as a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 in Regular or Quad-Cab styles and featured lower body cladding, 20-inch chrome wheels, SRT-10 hood, Borla dual Exhaust, serialized number plate, and a tall rear spoiler reminiscent of the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. The Daytonas had a black body stripe to match the rear spoiler and came in silver or "Go Mango" paint (a metallic orange color reminiscent of the Dodge's "high impact" colors from the 1960s and 1970s) with matching interior trim. The Dodge Ram Daytona had a 3.92 ratio rear end, the same rear end as the Dodge Ram Rumble Bee. Several exterior items were unique to the Daytona package which made it different from other equipment packages. It was equipped with 20-inch (510 mm) chrome rims and performance tires. Replacing the standard hood was one with a non-functional hood scoop. The most noticeable feature was the large spoiler which was attached at the rear of the cargo box. The 11-inch (280 mm) spoiler lined up with the flat black stripe that ran along the back of the bed side with the word 'Daytona' written in the middle. This spoiler was reminiscent of the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. The third-generation Ram debuted for 2002 model year on 1500 models and 2003 on 2500 and 3500 models. This was a major update including an all new frame, suspension, powertrains, interiors, and sheet metal. It included a larger grille, and special models kept interest up as most competitors had adopted the Ram's separate-fender look. The crew cab models for this generation were actually Quad Cab trucks that had conventional-opening rear doors. The four-wheel-drive light trucks (1500 series) lost their live axles in favor of an independent front suspension, but the 2500 and 3500 series retained the live axles for maximum longevity and durability. This body style drew heavily from the previous generation. The redesigned trucks bolstered sales, with 400,000 sold during 2001-2002 and nearly 450,000 sold during 2002-2003, a new high point for the Ram name. At the same time, both Ford and GM trucks were increasing in sales from a 2001 peak over 850,000 to the 900,000 range. But with 400,543 Rams sold that year. the Ram's sales could not keep up with the eleventh-generation F-150 in 2004. The primary reason was that Dodge did not manufacture a true crew cab to compete with Ford and other manufacturers. The Dodge Ram was updated for the 2006 model year. One notable addition was the "Mega Cab", featuring a 6.25-foot (2 m) cargo box and 22 inches (560 mm) of extra cab space, allowing seating for six with rear recliners, a full screen mapping in-dash navigation system became an option, and the headlamps were redesigned for better performance. For 2006, the steering wheel design was changed to one from the Dodge Dakota and Dodge Durango. Bluetooth U Connect was now available as an option, and a front facelift was given to all Ram models. SIRIUS Satellite Radio was available, as well was a rear seat DVD entertainment system with wireless headphones. The SRT model, with the 8.4 L V10 engine from the Dodge Viper SRT/10, was discontinued after the 2006 model year. For 2007, Dodge changed the tail lights





How to Install Camber Kits
I show how to install front camber kits on a 1998 - 2001 Honda Accord. Let me know if you have any questions. P.S. You will need to get your car aligned after you install the kit.





HellaFlush Civic - Camera Slider Test
Testing out the DIY slider on Tony's Civic.





How To Lower and Install Struts On A 2001-2005 Honda Civic
In this video i show the process of installing lowering springs and replacing the In this video i show the process of installing lowering springs and replacing the struts/shocks at the same time. Very easy process to do. I bought all these off eBay for around $300 for all of it. Youtube Video of me changing the control arm bushings: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRnLGoE3t1c Skunk2 Springs i bought: http://store.skunk2.com/suspension-tuning/lowering-springs/lowering-springs -372.html Struts/Shocks i bought: (This is an eBay link, It may not last long, I will update it if needed) http://www.ebay.com/itm/221139034059?ssPageName=STRK:MEWNX:IT&_trksid=p3984 .m1439.l2649 http://www.ebay.com My channel: http://www.youtube.com/airbagjoseph My Fan Page: http://www.facebook.com/airbaggedminitrucks





Got Camber | Ariana Grande | Stanced Honda Civic
what is Camber well some say its a waste of tire or ugly looking, yet John has the perfect fitment when it comes to Camber . His Bluurple Civic and wheels flow perfect together it turns heads for sure when rolling through the streets of Texas ! instagram him @ StankyPanda And me @ Pinnacle_Photography As always subscribe and follow for the latest car videos and photos !





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