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Old 08-06-2020, 03:32 PM   #15
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The do not just line up on their own. I just did mine, and once you take them off,
everything is unsprung. You have to MARK where the cam bolt was. When you
take that out, and put the bolt back in, you changed CAMBER on that LCA. You can
turn the bolt to line the holes up at the knuckle. They never just LINE up on their
own. I also had to use a tool to line up the hole on one side, then slide the bolt
in from the other as you pull the tool out while the bolt slides in. If you fasten the
shock before the knuckle bolt, it will never line up without brute force.

To tweak the camber, you have to tighten the bolt enough so the washer
and bolt head stay in the guides. Then you can turn the bolt head to
move the arm outward. That's why you mark the washer to the bracket
with a line, to put it back where it was when everything is done.
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Old 08-06-2020, 03:52 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by 05SilverStreak View Post
OK, Kyle which ones are the "for sure" LCA's for lowered cars?

And do they need to be adjustable?
You are reviving an Old thread - Kyle still works here, but is on Product Development side

TCA028 are for Lowered Cars and are Non Adjustable

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