I know the feeling. When I first wanted camber up front, peeps told me to get the bolts. I looked at them, and decided not to. ONe reason, would they stay at the that setting, and I didn't weant to have to keep removing my front wheels should I want to change the camber up. Cusco camber plates were very hard to get over a year ago.MattyRattyPoo said:Honestly I have no clue if they are safe or not but I would feel alot better cambering it the right way with Cusco camber plates than using a bolt.
bluebb05 said:nice would you consider making another pair and what would you sell em for?
I have no clue how I got -4 degree's lol. But I bought the OTG camber shim and though I was at -3 but when I went to get it alligned, they told me it was a -4. So installing a part isn't neccessarily gonna give you what it says. You gotta get it alligned to see what you really have. Also I compared my degree or camber with a friends with -3 degrees and mine look more.Dajap said:Hey MattyRattyPoo how did you obtain -4 degree of camber in the back?