Steering, Suspension, & Brakes

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Kevin Foley

(4 posts)

02/15/2015 09:38PM

Main British Car:

Re: Changing front suspension
Posted by: excelrp1
Date: October 17, 2015 10:41PM

Good Day All - I actually purchased years ago Hank Kleban V6 Car -Drove it for a while and loved it
But I am a V8 Guy and decided to go crazy on Hank;s wonderful start and do a Ground up -
I am struggling with the Front Camber -most likely the weight of the Engine - Small Block 350 Blown top approx. 600 hp -
but it is on a 4 " Tubular Frame that Hank did and it also is on Air Ride all the way around
Anyone have any idea what I might do to get my Camber more in line - see pic
Thank You - Kevin Foley Michigan - 1972 MG Midget-
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David Stephens
(10 posts)

07/14/2017 03:41PM

Main British Car:
Absolutely original custom freak TBD, probably '98 Vortec 7400

Re: Changing front suspension
Posted by: KadettB
Date: July 14, 2017 04:19PM

If this never got fixed, you could cut upper control arms apart, add threaded adjusters with dual jam nuts.

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