Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

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Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Byron510 » 07 Jun 2007 20:56

Update: January 2019

The solution to running toe'd out, and on the side walls on the rear of your '68 - '73 Datsun 510.
Pictured below are the C&B Camber/Toe brackets that will make any 510, lowered or not, have fully adjustable camber and toe for all ride heights and conditions.
These brackets can be safely used with the stock rear control arm rubbers in place.
Installation will require a grinder and a welder and a skilled person to use the tools. Proper alignment is very easy to achieve, and installation on a cross member that is out of the car can be done in 2-4 hours, depending on your skill.

There has been quite a bit of interest in the development of these brackets, and it's taken quite a bit of time to finally get them ready for everyone's use. Thanks for the patience of those who've been waiting.
Cost is $280 US

Installation instructions and photos can be found here:

http://www3.telus.net/byron510/meston_m ... ts_003.htm

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You can contact me at:
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My Paypal account is the same address.

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The complete pair of brackets, as delivered, with all hardware and spreader tube.
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rear crossmember brackets

Post by zootowndime » 07 Jun 2007 21:05

Hey byron I can immediatly paypal the $280, I will unfortunaly not be able to make it to canby this weekend, I wish though. How much should i include for shipping to 59803 in Missoula, MT? Thanks again Byron for all your hard work on these pieces, the look absolutly suberb and well worth it.
Alex

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RE: rear crossmember brackets

Post by zootowndime » 07 Jun 2007 21:06

Woops ment to pm you that, oh well.
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RE: rear crossmember brackets

Post by jason » 07 Jun 2007 21:42

OK, I'm in Byron, save me a set too!

Thanks
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Post by wbr911 » 08 Jun 2007 09:51

I well take a set also Just sold my car and getting money this weekend PM me with cost shipped to 54494 wisconsin rapids WI

BACARDI_DWB

Post by BACARDI_DWB » 08 Jun 2007 10:29

i am in for a set but i have to wait till next month!! awesome work!

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Post by banzai510(hainz) » 08 Jun 2007 10:43

BACARDI DWB

I still dying to see photos of this car and the parts you have?????????

BACARDI_DWB

Post by BACARDI_DWB » 08 Jun 2007 11:03

haha. yes i know. i am still stuck out to sea. been purchasing parts and sending them home to storage. its definately taking time getting $$ for everything. trying to save money for a wedding and a move, so parts purchasing has been put slowdown. haha. anyways sorry for the offtopic post

also for those interested i am in townsville, australia. lots of cool cars out here.

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Post by jackedaw11 » 08 Jun 2007 12:07

banzai510(hainz) wrote:BACARDI DWB

I still dying to see photos of this car and the parts you have?????????
Off topic but... LOLOLOLOLOL!!!, Hainz you kill me!

p.s. byron I wanna get a set, can I pick em up and pay at canby?

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Post by banzai510(hainz) » 08 Jun 2007 12:08

Lots of Cool old Jap cars esp the old Mazda Rotarys
PS In Austraila I have never seen so many Women with D cup chests in my life.
I told a Aussie guy that US women will feel small in SIZE if they were ever here. he just said, Yeah Mate its Hooterville here cause all the girls are upside down!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I hear the Aussie chicks line up when a US Navy Ship comes to town.
Even Squids can get ----!!!!!!!!!!!!

BACARDI_DWB

Post by BACARDI_DWB » 08 Jun 2007 12:13

you know i have no idea what they put in the water down here. ;)

btw my head still pounds from playing rugby with the australian University team. those are some big boys

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Post by duke » 08 Jun 2007 13:08

Is it $280 Canadian or US?
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Post by freekwonder » 10 Jun 2007 14:15

Damn I wish I had the money, they look like a quality piece. Guess I need to start saving.

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Post by traitorjacknif » 10 Jun 2007 17:07

duke wrote:Is it $280 Canadian or US?
I have the same question.

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Post by Byron510 » 11 Jun 2007 09:57

Eh Guys/gals,

Sorry for the delayed answer on this post. I, like a whole lot of West coast Datsun guys, was at the Canby meet - what a great event. Thanks so much to those who made it happen.

So, as to your question regarding funds; the prices were listed in US funds - I changed the price on the first post to reflect that. Although, with our two currency's so close these days, it hardly makes a difference! The greenback trading in at $1.06 to the Canuck buck as of this am.
There was a lot of interest at the Canby show in these brackets, especially regarding the ease of installation. That seemed to be the most appealing aspect, aside fro the quality of the parts. I'm sure glad that my fellow Datsun guys feels it's as good of a part as I do.

Byron

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