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motley911 motley911 is offline
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Hi Rod,
This is difficult to explain without pictures - but I will give it a shot:

The bottom end of the adjusting bolt (say M12 bolt) is machined down in diameter (to say 6mm diameter and 12mm long).

An external thread (M6) is cut on to the turned down section of the adjusting bolt.

The turned down & threaded end of the adjusting bolt passes through a hole (say 6.5mm in diameter) in the top of the "camber box".

An M6 washer and an M6 Nylock nut is placed on the turned down section of the bolt, under the "camber box" top plate. A small amount of clearance is left - allowing the adjusting bolt to rotate.

This results in the adjusting bolt being able rotate - while it can push and pull against the against the top plate of the "camber box".

The adjusting bolt passes through an M12 tapped hole in "adjusting fork". When the adjusting bolt is rotated the "adjusting fork" will move up or down the adjusting bolt - however the adjusting bolt cannot move relative to the "camber box".

Clear as mud? Hopefully you can follow this.
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