What is everyone else here doing after lowering to ensure there camber is set right and staying put?
I have had mine done heaps and it needs done again. Vauxhall Lutton told me to replace the 4 bolts that hold the strut to the hub carrier every time I have it set up. I did this last time and it lasted the longest yet but it is gone again.
Try hitting a round about, when it is wrong the front breaks free very easy and understeer is over the top, when the camber is correct this does not happen, instead it sticks like glue then when pushed to far the ESP stops it sliding anyway which is great.
Alignment done every two months nearly at £25 a shot but the geometry setup I can't find for much less than about £70 which is why this is pi$$ing me off so much.
Is this just a me thing or is everyone else having the same probs?