So I'm installing them now and just realized I'm not entirety sure how the work. I searched and it answered most of my questions but not all.
Putting them at 6 o'clock, or the bolt hole closest to the ground, will add negative camber, correct? An example would be it will take my current positive 2 degree camber and make it closer to positive 1 degree.
How do I adjust these later if I want to change them? Do I have to knock the bolt with these locking splines out of the tube somehow? Once I get it out of the tube is it easy twist them? I plan on putting these in at 6 o'clock and heading to a shop to get it aligned and want to be able to tell him how to adjust them.
Thanks for the help.
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FOR LOVELLS, WHITELINE AND NOLTEC:There is no need to pull the bolt out. Undo the lock nut. Crank the adjuster to the deisred location. Reinstall lock nut. The spline bolt will allow you to move it in either direction.
FOR ROADSAFE AND SUPERPRO. They are adjusted by cranking the bolt. CLOCKWISE ONLY.
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Yes they are installed in the outer position. I want more negative camber to straighten the wheels out and get better wear from the tires since I'm running Lovell's lowering springs. So 6 o'clock it is. Thanks!
Ok just went out and tried to turn the bolt with the splines on it to adjust it from 6 o'clock to 12. That bolt doesn't move and to me it makes sense as to why it won't move. The splines are locking it into the ears coming off of the crossmember and the inner sleeve of the bushing. I even put a cheater bar on it and put all my weight on it. That bolt doesn't move and it doesn't have any nut on the other end.
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