28840 - Mercedes Rear Camber Bushings - Specialty Products Company
These adjustable bushings make rear camber change possible for many
Mercedes vehicles. By replacing the outer bushing in the two upper control
arms, you achieve up to ±1.25 degree of change. Stock bushings are easily
removed using the Specialty Products #75990 Bushing Press Adapters.
Rear Adjustment range:
Camber ±1.25 degree
1 kit per wheel
1994 - 2000 C Class (W202)
2001 - 2007 C Class (W203)
1996 - 2002 E Class (W210)
1986 - 1995 E Class (W124)
1998 - 2002 CLK Class (W208)
2003 - 2008 CLK Class (W209)
1989 - 2002 SL Class (R129)
1997 - Up SLK Class (R170,R171)
EZ Aline: Easy Adjusting Camber and Caster
Bodie Stroud is showing his new invention of the EZ Aline adjuster that
will be included in his new front end kits. In this video he is showing how
to adjust the camber and caster with the EZ Aline adjusters without even
taking off the wheel.
To buy the EZ Alines go to www.bshotrods.com
The chassis in this video is a 1956 F100 Ford Pickup with a 5.0L Aluminator
and our BSI front end kits with chrome control arms and RideTech
Gunson: Wheel Trakrite
See how Gunson's Trakrite (G4008), Camber Gauge (77066), Camber Caster
(77099) and Steering Turntables (77100) are used and how they're simple
and efficient for the job.
ATV / UTV Alignment
The alignment info was free...but double viewing the butt crack will cost
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"
The Best Burnout EVER!!!!
$300.00 special catching HELL!!! At the 2011 Burnout party!!!
This vehicle was bought to finish the show with a bang!! This was done in
front of the house on a PRIVATE road and IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE A BURNOUT
DON'T CLICK THIS LINK!!! And don't ask WHY?? If you want to see pics of the
road after the burnout go to my channel click on website!!!
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
Ebay front camber kit Problems and help and install
The other thing in this video i forgot to mention is the gold rings that
come with these kits. I DID NOT NEED THEM! You may need them for some cars,
when you go to istall them you wil know if you do or not. Jest remove them
with a flat head.
E36 Camber Bolt Removal
WARNING: YOU WILL NEED AN ALIGNMENT AFTER THIS - Changing my destroyed
camber bolts. Have bushings ready or a source of getting them quickly if
you need because although mine were good, yours may not be and you may get
the center of the bolts stuck in the bushing if it's too corroded. This
isn't the most difficult job you'll face at all, but it isn't for
beginners. If you aren't used to working with pulling bushings and taking
out stubborn bolts, you will not have fun with this.
I have had a request for a bolt link. The following is the link to it with
the top two items being what you need. The bolt and nut. EDIT: You'll also
want the 6th item down. The washer.
Heres what I did to remove the stubborn bolt (the first one that I didn't
1. I removed the nut/washer which thankfully, came off without snapping the
bolt. Save yourself time and pain by using a breaker bar for this task.
2. Smashed the hell out of it with a sledge hammer very hard probably about
50 times before it started to come loose.
3. Used a breaker bar to turn it and loosen it.
4. Took off the rotor for more working room.
5. Used vise grips to wiggle it free and pull it out using my entire weight
and leg power against the sub frame to pull on it.
---- the reason you want to remove the rotor (especially if you are keeping
the bushing you have) is because you will need room to work if the bolt is
stubborn on coming out and it will make installing the new one a lot
easier. It doesn't have to be done this way, but I would recommend it. ----
This is a list of tools I used from what I remember:
-1/2 inch drive breaker bar
-6mm allen (hex) head for the rotor retaining bolt
-15mm open end and/or socket for the caliper bracket (remove the bracket
with the caliper attached - anything else would be a waste of time and
-18mm open end and/or socket - two of each of what you choose to use for
each side of the bolt
-17mm socket for the wheels (as always, impact wrenches are helpful here)
-sledge hammer, regular hammer, mallet - all of these present while you
were is good
-I didn't use a torch, but it would be helpful depending on how bad they
are stuck (careful though, you can heat/melt the bushing with this method)
and please as one last note... clean the corrosion inside the center of the
bushing if you're keeping it. It takes two minutes and will prevent this
kind of thing from happening. I didn't make this DIY for you to half-ass
How To Adjust/Check Wheel/Tire Toe Alignment diy w/ tape measure easy and cheap
I am not a mechanic but this is how I do my own Front Toe Wheel Alignment.
Take any of this information and use it at your own risk. If you don't feel
comfortable with what's on this video, then take your car to a shop for an
Also, know what your toe alignment specs should be before you begin in
order to adjust it to specs. My car calls for No-Toe for the front wheels.
Other vehicles might call for a bit of toe in or out depending on the type
of car. A quick google search for your specific car's alignment specs will
23100 - 4x4 Camber/ Caster Sleeves - Specialty Products Company
Change camber, caster or both at the same time with these sleeves. Simply
remove the tire, cotter pin and upper ball joint stud nut and break the
taper free between the stud and sleeve. Using a sleeve puller, remove the
existing sleeve. Install zero degree sleeve 23109 or 23139 or to determine
the change needed, then install the correct sleeve. To adjust, the sleeve
may be lifted and rotated 1/8 turn.
23100 Set - Contains 1 each: 23101, 23102, 23103, 23104, 23105, 23106,
23107, 23108, 23109
Part No. Total Change
23101 .25 degree (1/4 degree)
23102 .50 degree (1/2 degree)
23103 .75 degree (3/4 degree)
23104 1.00 degree (1 degree)
23105 1.25 degree (1-1/4 degree)
23106 1.50 degree (1-1/2 degree)
23107 1.75 degree (1-3/4 degree)
23108 2.00 degree (2 degree)
23109 0.00 degree (0 degree)
23111 2.25 degree (2-1/4 degree)
23112 2.50 degree (2-1/2 degree)
23113 2.75 degree (2-3/4 degree)
Adjustment range: Camber/Caster ±.25 degree to ±2.75 degree
Installation time: .5 hr/side
Required: 1 per wheel
Ford 4WD: 1980 - 88 F250, F350 1980 - 03 E250, E350, E450, full size Bronco
with ball joints 1980 - 96 F150, F250 (L/D)
Recommended Tools: 77880 - Sleeve Puller, 88830 - Sleeve Puller
To save time during alignment, use the #23109 or #23129 zero sleeve to
determine initial readings.
DIY Alignment - Part 2
Do-it-yourself car alignment check. This video shows you how to check your
car's alignment using tools you probably have laying around your garage.