How to adjust the camber angle of your car
This is a video tutorial how to adjust the camber angle of your car in a
DIY way. The work is demonstrated at a VW GOlF. But the job is similar to
many cars. The shown method leads to a precision of some 9 arc minutes in
the camber angle.
Das Video gibt eine Anleitung zur Einstellung des Sturzwinkels am Fahrzeug
für Heimwerker. Die Einstellung wird an einem Golf vorgeführt, das
Prinzip ist aber an vielen Fahrzeugen ähnlich. Die Methode erlaubt eine
Einstellung mit einem Fehler um 9 Bogenminuten.
Это видео в помощь для самостоятельной
регулировки угла развала вашего
автомобиля . Работа проведена на VW GOlF 1, но
она аналогична для многих автомобилей .
Показанным методом можно отъюстировать
угол развала передних колес с точностью
до нескольких минут дуги.
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CORRECTING THE REAR CAMBER ON A CB7. TOTAL TIME 23MINS
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"
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
Super car driver idiots [NO pics, only videos]
I got bored with all the "super car crashes"-videos here on YouTube that
only contained PICTURES, CRAPPY MUSIC or/and clips of pure racing cars on
official racing events.
This compilation DOES NOT include pure racing cars on official racing
events - only real life FAILures on the STREETS, made by people with more
money than driving skills...
(Though, even the best car drivers can crash too of course.)
Notice 1: The "Dodge Ram" may not be a super car, but still it's a SRT10
with the 8.3L Viper V10 which produces 510hp. Pretty super for a pick up,
don't you think? It has more power than several of the cars in this video.
The intention with this video was to show that skills doesn't come with
Notice 2: Tire is the preferred spelling in the U.S. and Canada. Tyre is
preferred in most varieties of English outside North America. And I'm from
Sweden. So please think outside your box (country), you who claims "tyre"
is incorrect spelling.
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.
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
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.
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
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Camber Kit - Explained
What is a camber kit? How does a camber kit work? Camber kits are used to
correct wheel alignment on lowered vehicles, or to provide camber
adjustment for tracked vehicles which require slightly negative camber.
Correcting the camber on a vehicle is important for even tire wear and
maximum traction. You want to keep your camber at the manufacturer's
suggested alignment setting.
Camber - http://youtu.be/jSFmUmVWBp0
Coilovers - http://youtu.be/xmr14nCivZA
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