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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #15 on: 03 January 2019, 09:43:33 »

I have a Trackace and it works pretty well,
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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #16 on: 08 January 2019, 13:21:04 »

If you need the camber adjusted how clued up are some shops are at doing it?
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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #17 on: 08 January 2019, 16:08:39 »

If you need the camber adjusted how clued up are some shops are at doing it?
It's two nuts/bolts each side...

How clued up do they need to be ???
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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #18 on: 08 January 2019, 16:58:57 »

If you need the camber adjusted how clued up are some shops are at doing it?
It's two nuts/bolts each side...

How clued up do they need to be ???
Well, if it's an Omega, then clued enough not to say "It's in the green, mate, look!" while looking pleased with themselves when, in fact, the measurements are still all over the place. ;)
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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #19 on: 08 January 2019, 16:59:44 »

I have a Trackace and it works pretty well,
Given that I'm about to replace a TRE, I might well take a punt on one of those. :y
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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #20 on: 08 January 2019, 18:23:27 »

If you need the camber adjusted how clued up are some shops are at doing it?
It's two nuts/bolts each side...

How clued up do they need to be ???
Well, if it's an Omega, then clued enough not to say "It's in the green, mate, look!" while looking pleased with themselves when, in fact, the measurements are still all over the place. ;)
Well, there is that :D
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Re: Recommended Camber (front)
« Reply #21 on: 09 January 2019, 09:55:10 »

If you need the camber adjusted how clued up are some shops are at doing it?
It's two nuts/bolts each side...

How clued up do they need to be ???
Well, if it's an Omega, then clued enough not to say "It's in the green, mate, look!" while looking pleased with themselves when, in fact, the measurements are still all over the place. ;)

Or, having had a 5 second squint through the spokes, "Camber isn't adjustable on these, mate".
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