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    Camber correction kit

    I have a M4 coupe turbo and have lowered 60mm, I need to adjust the camber on the front to prevent tyre wear.

    Does anyone know if there is a camber correction kit available for this car?

    Thanks

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    Try the Eibach web site

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    You have some adjustment in the standard holes.

    We took my wife's to be done and it was out so he loosened off the 2 strut bolts and adjusted it to within spec
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    Quote Originally Posted by lee gsi View Post
    You have some adjustment in the standard holes.

    We took my wife's to be done and it was out so he loosened off the 2 strut bolts and adjusted it to within spec
    Thanks for that I didn't know there was any adjustment, I will have a look although I have changed the shocks to bilstiens

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    i think its 0.5 worth of play in the OE set up

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    I am looking at doing/buying the same thing...

    EDIT: What about the rear?...

    EDIT2: just read tat the rear is fixed which makes sence, (Im not good with all this). The reason I was thrown off was the local tire place said that the rear was shitted too, and even showed me the wear. So perhaps they were worn when I bought them and i never noticed...
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    Get a 4 wheel computer alignment done so you can see if its out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lee gsi View Post
    Get a 4 wheel computer alignment done so you can see if its out.
    I'm told its lowered to much for that? They cant get the things over the wheels.

    I don't understand how everyone else with lowered cars can do it and I seem to not be able to find anywhere that knows what they are talking about.

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    lag is a thing which warns me get ready for action.

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    i bought the bolts from lmf. i think they cost 20 notes in total. i aint had them fitted yet but i will soon. they also do rear ones
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    Go to a different tracking place.

    The ones that sit on the tyre are rubbish.

    The one used on mine has nylon 'fingers' that clamp to the rim.
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