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"
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Knowledge Base: Front Camber Kits
For more than a decade, Skunk2 has led the industry with its fully
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Camber Kits - Presented by Andy's Auto Sport
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
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How to stretch a tire... and how you don't.
First time we had to use fire to make a tire stretch out.
Stretching 195/45R15s on 9Jx15 BBS RMs.
Didn't work at first, but we got there! (Still not as good as in other
videos I have seen, but hey..whatever! It's fun!)
As more and more people cry about handling and whatever when it comes to
These wheels will be going on a stanced out 1986 Scirocco 16V weekend
It's meant to look good in the first place, handling just comes second.
Stretching tires that much will make the handling in fast corners
worse...normal driving you won't notice any difference though.
On my MKIII GTI, I run 195/40s on 9" wide rims for daily use and meetings,
while I run 215/35s on 9" wide rims for track use (see my onboard videos on
215s will just stretch slightly on 9", stiffening the sidewall up only a
little, giving you a more direct steering, while still allowing fast
In combination with harder rubber bushings, more stiff suspension setup and
unbiall top mounts, etc.etc. this results in an almost GoKart like, very
direct handling...sure not the fastest setup, but fast and fun enough for
Alignment how to video 3D Caster Camber & Toe
Anthony @ DIYautotech showing you how to perform an alignment on your car
using a Hunter Alignment machine.
We'll be checking Caster, Camber, Toe, and Thrust angles.
if you have any questions just leave a comment below
86250 - F150 Camber / Caster Adjustment - Specialty Products Company
This innovative cam nut and sturdy bracket saves time and money. Easily
adjust camber and caster on F150s from 04 and up (including late model)
and 07 & up Expeditions. Save time since you dont have to remove the OE
bolt or stabilizer bar. The sturdy guide bracket allows for live
adjustment. This product is a must have every time these vehicles enter
Front Adjustment range:
Camber: -1.00° to +1.00°
Caster: -1.50° to +1.50°
Installation time: .3 hr/side
Required: 1 kit per wheel
Ford: 2004 & Up F150, 2007 & Up Expedition
Lincoln: 2006 & Up Mark LT, 2007 & Up Navigator
1999 Honda Accord Upper Ball Joint/Control Arm Replacement
This video shows how to replace the upper ball joint and control arm
assembly. Check both sides for play and replace if any play is present.
Once play develops they deteriorate much more rapidly and if it ever
separates the wheel will not be connected to the vehicle and will literally
fall off and get run over by your car sending you across traffic.
DIY Wheel Alignment Camber Tool "UNDER $7 BUCKS"
DIY Home Made Camber Alignment Tool "UNDER $7 BUCKS"
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Camber Kits....Explained. Why you need to install them and What they are.
This video quickly explains what camber kits are, why you need them and
what brands are the best
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.
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
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
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.
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?