Yes, they do but it's such a small thing to worry about. Pair of needle nose pliers and you're set
No, these shocks won't raise the car. Neither will any other shock/strut I can think of. It's the springs job to regulate ride height, hence you installed lowering springs, you got negative camber. So to restore proper rear camber you either need to raise the rear again or engineer some way to adjust rear camber (no factory adjustment).airwhirlybird said:do the rear AGX 8 way adjustables correct the negative camber angle that is present when the ST springs are installed? My Tockico's are blown to hell, and if i replace them i want a strut that will hopefully correct the negative camber, and this help greately with the handling.
negative camber = good handlingairwhirlybird said:...if i replace them i want a strut (you mean shock) that will hopefully correct the negative camber, and this help greately with the handling.
Yeah but how much negative rear camber? I think front neg camber is more desirable. In the rear it hurts your contact patch and only gets worse on our cars when accelerating. I think this is bad, and not just for drag racing._HOT_M16 said:negative camber = good handling
resident camber-man. ....not some tire-wear wussie.