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Cruz-lo 12-13-2009 12:25 PM

Pedders Alignment kit??
 
Just ordered the basic drag pack to go with my coil overs.

No way to align the rear as is!

Any one know what has to be done to install the new camber and toe bolts in the rear? Do you have to elongagte the factory adjustment slots?

I looked on the pedders site but couldnt find anything......Thanks

http://i275.photobucket.com/albums/j...Pedders009.jpg
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Rob@WretchedMS 12-13-2009 04:45 PM

you don't need to modify anything, but you will need to drop the rear cradle down a bit to get the stock bolts out. When you install the new Pedders bolts install them so you can remove them with out dropping the cradle. it's fairly straight forward.

sting808 12-13-2009 07:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rob@WretchedMS (Post 1279847)
you don't need to modify anything, but you will need to drop the rear cradle down a bit to get the stock bolts out. When you install the new Pedders bolts install them so you can remove them with out dropping the cradle. it's fairly straight forward.

Noob question...

Is the rear camber kit bolt just smaller to get more play for adjustments?

Bruce@raymondsperformance 12-13-2009 07:57 PM

The Pedders kit has a larger off set on the adjuster bolts is how it works.They will give about 1 degree more adjustment than the stock adjusters.

Rob@WretchedMS 12-13-2009 09:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by raymo1 (Post 1280391)
The Pedders kit has a larger off set on the adjuster bolts is how it works.They will give about 1 degree more adjustment than the stock adjusters.

what he said

Info@PeddersUSA.com 12-14-2009 04:04 AM

We also recommend reversing the toe bolts. the normally go in front to rear. but if you put them rear to front, it is easier to adjust.

Also, use some antisieze on the eccentric.

You only have to lower the cradle down enough so there is 1 thread on the cradle bolts. Hast to be lowered due to the left tie rod . There is a fuel hose there that interferes.

mike
dms

Cruz-lo 12-19-2009 05:14 PM

Thanks!

Well I hope its enough....I am at -1.7 and -1.8 now with the stock adjusters maxed out.
I want max -.5 camber when im done.


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