Adjustable rear camber links

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  1. JeffV8

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    CC54B995-F78A-4BF1-8DD5-473C88EA6682.jpeg 2B580B04-7EF5-4589-AF6E-B5F1CDBEDFF0.png I can’t find anyone with BMR adj links in stock. BMR won’t have any until May 7. I can get Steeda ones and was wondering how they are ?
     
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    I went with Full Tilt Boogie Racing arms. Haven’t installed yet plan on doing this weekend.


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    I have the Steeda arms. I believe they made a small revision since mine. My only issue is that the inside lock nut on the right rear always backs off at the track. I have to check it from time to time. I've been meaning to call and talk to tech about it. Otherwise they work fine and are easy to adjust.
     
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    The BMR links look stronger.
     
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    I changed my order to the Steeda links.
     
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    Was there a specific reason?
     
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    Main reason was I need it now. Plus did some research and there were no complaints about them. And you seemed to like them :rolleyes:
     
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    Nvrfinished, I installed the arms like pic I posted at top. I now seem to have positive camber. Will moving the rod end away from the aluminum piece give me negative camber?
     
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    If you move the rod end out (extending the length) it will result in positive camber. Pulling it in (shortening the arm) will result in negative camber.
     
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    36A3A8D2-7410-4AD8-8414-DFB035FCF1E8.jpeg That’s what I thought. Now to figure out what’s wrong.
     
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    Wow... That looks short already. And you have positive camber with that?

    Just an FYI, which you may already know, adjusting your toe links will slightly change camber as well. As you toe in camber will decrease and increase as you toe out.
     
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    I put on BMR toe links at same time. I set them at same length as stock but that’s just ball park setting.
     
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    Got the problem fixed. Just needed a BFH and a 2x3 to drive the arm inboard all the way.
     
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