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Originally Posted by 911pcars View Post
I agree. There are probably better methods of increasing negative camber without using brute force.

Sherwood
Its funny to me how many guys say a Cellette bench is needed for structural work and the tubs suspension points must be within tolerance and then other guys clamp the structure for more camber.

I'm not judging either way, its just that there is a wide range of thought on these things.


Nice work on your modified brace Sherwood!
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