Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by gumby510 » 25 Jul 2013 11:58

I'm not trying to thread jack but Dave Patten which fender flares are those and where can I but them. Thanks
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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Sleepys-14 » 25 Jul 2013 12:09

I just found this picture!! But this is exactly what I did!

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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by PoorMtnKid » 25 Jul 2013 13:21

Thanks Sleepy. I think I can take care of this by the end of the weekend. Im going to dismantel everything tonight. If I have any questions I will shoot you a PM.

Gumby- That is my car actually, Dave was just using it to reference the ride height since my car is the one in question right now. The flares are actually from Ebay. Just search for ZG flares and you should find them.
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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by gumby510 » 25 Jul 2013 13:37

Thanks poormtnkid
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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by PoorMtnKid » 26 Jul 2013 21:37

Well Dave, I guess I was not as low as I thought I was.

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This is after eliminating the unnecessary parts Sleepy talked about.
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Post by okayfine » 27 Jul 2013 06:57

Not that high for a street car, but it definitely wasn't low enough for a track beast!
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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Sleepys-14 » 27 Jul 2013 16:19

Good job! It looks to me like you just added some negative camber and toed it out a bit, which should give you the exact adjustments that you need. I would set the rear to about 1.5-1.8ish. I am at -1.9 and need to take just a hair out according to tire wear.
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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Byron510 » 31 Mar 2015 16:53

Hi Realm members;

I'm still moving a fair number of these brackets - to be honest they have far exceeded my expectations on the sales side.

I have recently incorporated a product upgrade - simply replaced the stainless outer washer on the sliding adjuster with a heavy duty steel unit. I have had zero complaints of an issue, but one realm member thought it would be a good idea on his own and I agreed. So all sets delivered from this point on will have the heavy washed installed.

There have been many sets sold to Realm members, if you have further feedback, I'd love to hear it.

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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by dscottdatsun » 31 Mar 2015 19:11

Is this washer with the ones you sell or does this include those from Futofab as well?

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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Byron510 » 31 Mar 2015 21:02

This modification is on the latest run.

Any brackets that Dave purchases from this point forward will have them. I'll also send him some extra washers to cover those he has in stock.

However if you have bought a set in the past, and want these washers; send me a photo of your brackets with your mailing address, and I'll mail the washers to you no charge, no problem - byron510@telus.net

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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Byron510 » 30 Dec 2018 12:36

Hi all, had a few email inquiries this past month, so this is the annual bump to this thread. The camber toe brackets are still available and in production, available through myself directly out of Vancouver or Dave at Futofab in New Hampshire.
Installation instructions and links are still in the first post on page one of this thread.
If you have any questions, certainly contact me at any time, whether purchasing from myself or Dave.
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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by ohenry » 05 Feb 2019 19:00

Just wanted to give Bryon a bump. Picked a set up over the weekend, good quality item and great guy to deal with.

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Re: Adjustable Rear Camber/Toe Brackets

Post by Byron510 » 05 Feb 2019 19:59

Thanks Henry :-)

Hope to see you and your car out at 510 Day (May 10th) now that you know where I live.

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