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GT350 front and rear lock out kit

Hi everyone, I am trying to build a street/track dual purpose gt350, as for now I got Vorshlag camber plate, lmr camber bolt, spl parts front lower control arm and nothing on the rear. Alignment wise I am running 3.2 degreed on the front and 2.1 degrees on the rear, right now I am looking for a camber lock out kit, is there any recommendation? I did some research and seems like BMR has pretty good one.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Hi everyone, I am trying to build a street/track dual purpose gt350, as for now I got Vorshlag camber plate, lmr camber bolt, spl parts front lower control arm and nothing on the rear. Alignment wise I am running 3.2 degreed on the front and 2.1 degrees on the rear, right now I am looking for a camber lock out kit, is there any recommendation? I did some research and seems like BMR has pretty good one.
Thanks in advance.
I assume you're talking about rear camber lockouts - correct? It depends on how much money you want to spend. This spring I installed BMR adjustable rear camber arms and toe links. Getting the adjustment right is vastly easier with these. Thing is, I started out looking at SPC adjustable rear camber arms, and I have a set of those on hand as well. The SPC arms come with lockout plates so I used them with the BMR arms. Locked tight, they can't move and they only cost about ten times as much as the BMR lockouts (because you need to buy the SPC arms to get them). Thing is, next spring my plan is to swap the BMR arms out and put in the SPC arms. Greasing the BMR's to eliminate the squeaks every 1000 miles is getting old fast, but they were great for getting a camber setup that I like.

Here's what the SPC lockouts look like - they come in two versions - the ones in the car lock the bolt at the end of the slot, these ones move it in a couple of millimeters:

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