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Old 03-05-2013, 08:19 PM   #1
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Adjustable rear camber arms

Hi All,

Anyone had experience with aftermarket rear camber arms?
Thinking of the Turner Motorsport ones.

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Old 03-05-2013, 08:28 PM   #2
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if you want to share sipping ill get a pair also mate.
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I have a tms set installed in my car at the moment. Qualities good. Easily adjusted. Click image for larger version

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if you want to share sipping ill get a pair also mate.
Oh? I'm in Adelaide though. So will have to be shipped Melb -> Adl aswell. Could still work out cheaper tho. I'll find out how much shipping is.

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Cool. How much camber you running? Did you install it yourself? Heard it's a bit tricky around the diff.
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Old 03-05-2013, 10:16 PM   #5
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I do, i had them in my E46. Installed the myself, and yes its tricky as the diff is in the way.
People say you have to drop the diff, Shook installed his using shorter bolts. I was able to install it myself without having to drop the diff, did it under an hr.
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Oh? I'm in Adelaide though. So will have to be shipped Melb -> Adl aswell. Could still work out cheaper tho. I'll find out how much shipping is.



Cool. How much camber you running? Did you install it yourself? Heard it's a bit tricky around the diff.
I'm running 2 degrees which will change soon. It's a pretty straightforward job. You will have to back the diff out a few cm's. Click image for larger version

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Thanks guys. ^ more neg camber to come?
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Less I'm thinking, it's not really the look I'm after.
The tms arms can go out to neg 4 degrees if needed.
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I'm looking into the GC version along with the rose joint toe bushes.
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