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Old 11-12-2013, 01:28 PM
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TruHart Front Camber Kit

Hey guys I'm looking for a front camber kit for my 04 G35. I have it lowered slightly on 350z revised springs. I'm trying to correct my front camber that is about -1.4 camber on both sides in the front. I can't afford the SPC and I also don't want to really cheap out on these camber kits. I found a kit by a brand called TruHart and I can't seem to find any info on here about them. Is anyone running them? What do you guys think? I'm just looking for something to correct my uneven tire wear.

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your in spec. I wudnt spend that much money to remove .4 degrees of camber. unless your tires wear, but they should not.
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your in spec. I wudnt spend that much money to remove .4 degrees of camber. unless your tires wear, but they should not.
Hey thanks for the reply. I'm at -1.4 not -.4. I was recommended a camber kit since the front won't align to specs.
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I know but if I could choose I would set camber at -1. The manual says 0 to -1.25 for the front, but check how nominal is -1.25 on the rear, and our cars weight is near 50/50. I wouldnt spend the money on arms to remove so little camber. Just give it some time n check the wear later.
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I know but if I could choose I would set camber at -1. The manual says 0 to -1.25 for the front, but check how nominal is -1.25 on the rear, and our cars weight is near 50/50. I wouldnt spend the money on arms to remove so little camber. Just give it some time n check the wear later.
Thanks man. It's been about 10k and the tires And I'm starting to worry because I can already see the tires wearing unevenly and they are getting very loud.
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hhmmm. Im only at 4k with -1.5 and 2. u mind sharing pix?

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hhmmm. Im only at 4k with -1.5 and 2. u mind sharing pix?


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10k total miles? Maybe u do need plates.
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10k total miles? Maybe u do need plates.
Yes I do. I need someone's input on this camber kit. Has anyone tried it?
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I tried rear kit so far so good for now. Next week going to buy for front. Quality much better than a cheap kits.
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I tried rear kit so far so good for now. Next week going to buy for front. Quality much better than a cheap kits.
How many miles do you have in the rears now? How are they holding up?
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I was looking at the truehart on ebay lastnight for the rear. I was wondering the same thing too...if there good or not. Mite just be another ebay brand tho.

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I have only 1500 miles on it. Didn't check alignment numbers yet.
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I bought from the original site

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