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How do you replace front camber bushing?
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Asked in Wheel Alignment and Balancing
How do you Adjust the camber on 1996 f-150?
The top ball joint is held in with a offset bushing that can be pulled out and turned in the hole to change camber and or caster. Sometimes the adjustment can be done with the original bushing. Sometimes it needs a new bushing with more or less degrees of offset to get the adjustment. I would suggest removing the old ones and starting with new 0 degree bushings on both sides, then read the alignment, these first numbers will be where the angles truly are. Then replace them with whatever offset it calls for. It is much easier figuring the new bushing offset this way.
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Asked in Ford Ranger
How do you adjust camber on a 1993-1997 ford ranger with twin I-beams?
You might have adjustable bushings on your upper balljoints, jack up, take tire up, loosen pinch bolt and turn the bushing that holds the upperballjoint to adjust camber. If they are factory/non-adjustable: Get (2) camber adjuster bushings from an auto store. Jack truck, take tire off, you might need to turn the wheel before jacking up so you can unloosen the pinch bolt on the upper balljoint. Just loosen pinch bolt, and pry the old Camber bushing out (if it is OEM its probably not adjustable). tap new camber bushing in and turn to adjust the camber angle.
Asked in Ford F-150
How do set the setting on 90 ford f150 alignment castercamber bushing you just replace the you-bean you forgot to mark the camber caster you just need toset it so you can drive it to have it alignment?
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I have a 2002 Silverado and need a front wheel alignment do you have to buy a camber kit?
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Asked in Cars & Vehicles, American Cars
What is camber?
Camber is the Angle of which your front wheels are to the frame. Your front wheels are not on a 90 degree angle to the frame, this is done to make the vehicle drive straight. To much +/- camber will wear tires on the inside/outside faster than the rest of a tire. If this is happening, you need an alignment.
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Asked in Chevy Blazer S-10
Does the front transmission seal on a 1994 Chevy Blazer S10 4 wheel drive have to be put in from the front or from behind the front pump plate?
You carefully pluck the old one out, and use something like a peice of PVC pipe to hammer the new one in. It probably won't fix your problem though. Take the transmission to a shop, and have them do it for you, and at the same tiem, have them replace the pump's bushing. It requires disassembly of the pump, and special tools to replace the bushing.
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Asked in Skateboarding
What is skateboard camber?
Answer It is the curve of the skateboard deck --also referred to as the concave of the deck. this answer is incorrect ^ camber is an upward ark on the board creating more push when you carve, concave is not the same thing as camber Camber is the arch of the board or deck front-to-back, and concave is the arch of the deck side-to-side. A positive 3% camber with a 2% concave would be a deck that is arched up in the middle higher than the front and back ends by 3%, with the edges along the side folded upwards 2%. Some decks are also flat-camber (flat-wood), as well as negative camber, which means the center is arched lower than the front and back. A negative camber deck is also referred to as "rocker" or "rockered"; surfboards are also referred to in this way.