[DML] Re: Wheel Camber
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[DML] Re: Wheel Camber

According to the manual the camber is *not* adjustable. If the camber is not correct it usually means a worn out or bent part and you are not supposed to adjust for that. In reality the camber *could* be adjusted. It would require drilling out the rivets on the upper control arm and moving the upper ball joint. Not exactly adjustable but doable. The camber would also be off-spec if the car is lowered. Similar situation for castor. The only "adjustable" is toe for the front AND the back suspension.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, deloreanernst@... wrote:
> I'm passing this along from a posting sent to the nearly dormant DMCTech yahoo group, since DMCTech is intended as a reference, not a DML type forum for Q & A's.? Thanks.
> Wayne A. Ernst,
> DMCTech:


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