ckfarrell32

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Hey guys, I know I don't post much on here any more but I have a question I'm not too well versed on. I need to get a camber kit for the front end of my 2011 Silverado. It has a 5" drop up front with McGaughys spindles and Belltech adjustable struts. The wear on the inside of my tires is horrid. I got brand new Nittos like 3-4 months ago and the freaking threads of the tires are already starting to show on the very inside section. I have no idea what camber kit to use to fix the problem. I was wondering if anyone had any experience with a particular one.

I was looking at this one http://www.andysautosport.com/products/eibach__5.86375k.html
 

ckfarrell32

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Here's a pic of the horror
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I would suggest the full camber kit from belltech, it includes offset bushings for the UCA's and new cam plates that allow more adjustment.
 

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I would suggest the full camber kit from belltech, it includes offset bushings for the UCA's and new cam plates that allow more adjustment.
Okay. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll check that one out. Are they fairly easy to install?

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Okay. Thanks for the suggestion. I'll check that one out. Are they fairly easy to install?

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I had to have the bushings pressed in at a shop. The camber plates just require you to lengthen the slot for the camber bolt with a dremel tool.
 

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I had to have the bushings pressed in at a shop. The camber plates just require you to lengthen the slot for the camber bolt with a dremel tool.
Oh okay. I'll probably order it when I get home. Thanks bud :shake:

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