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Old 05-04-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Cool Need camber help

I need to add more negative camber to the rear of my car what's the best option for that.

My car is slammed on broadway static coilovers so i have the camber plates up front but I need a little more camber in the rear to fit my wide wheels and I don't want to raise the car up. So what are my best options to give the rear a decent amount of negative camber so I can fit these wide wheels without shaving the side walls of my tire off.

I heard turner motor sports or SPC control arms will do it? In the description though they make it sound like they're made to actually reduce camber not add more so that's throwing me off....

I don't need any "anti-stance" goobers on here giving me their typical corny lectures I know what I'm doing .... just wanna make sure I purchase the right part and get some info from someone who knows these parts and has done the same thing.
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