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    The left front wheel has a negative camber (the wheel is tilting inward at the top). There are no shims on the bottom whisbone, otherwise I would remove them to adjust the camber. Is there a way to adjust the upper arms outward to reduce the negative camber?

  • #2
    Check the fulcrum pin at the top, it might be installed backward.
    Bill Connell
    1969 TR6 CC28790
    TR6 project log
    St. Paul MN

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    • #3
      How can I tell if it was installed backward?

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      • #4
        The convex side (counter intuitively) is installed away from the upper turret and faces the center of the car...

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        • TR6-ATX
          TR6-ATX commented
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          I was able to take a picture of the bracket and it looks like the bracket is turned the wrong way. Thank you!

      • #5
        Also, make sure your upper wishbone arms are oriented correctly. They are stamped Front (F) and Rear (R). If installed backwards they affect your alignment geometry.
        Best wishes for a simple solution.
        1976 Pimento/Light Tan
        VTO alloy "Minilites"
        Dolly Parton's removed
        GoodParts Nissan Diff and CV axles
        Carbs by Poolboy
        Suffolk seats

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