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Old 01-31-2013   #1
wh0dunnit
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Default r33 gtst 1996

my friend changed his wheels not too long ago, and the camber is too severe now and is just burning up the inside of the tires.

what would he need in order to adjust his camber? he already has an ohlins coilover set so we can adjust the suspension as required.
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Old 02-01-2013   #2
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Default Re: r33 gtst 1996

The Ohlins will only offer you camber adjustment in the form of raising and lowering the car.

Ideally in order to keep the height of the car the same as it is now but to remove some of the negative camber you are going to need adjustable suspension arms. There are factory camber bolts but they do not offer the adjustability required on skyline.

Search for some adjustable front upper control arms (fuca's) and rear adjustable control arms(ruca's). Last I checked AMS made some nice ones but there are tons of people that make them.

http://www.amsmotorsports.com/shop/i...uspension.html
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