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tyrie
19-02-2007, 06:03 PM
Just wondering if anybody has changed the rear camber arms on an S2, and if so how much will it cost?

stew
19-02-2007, 06:10 PM
106 doesn't have rear camber arms

hank_marvinson
19-02-2007, 06:12 PM
prob means trailing arms

tyrie
19-02-2007, 06:13 PM
Cheers

it's whatever they're called that make the tyres sit on the road squint :confused:
The rear tyre wear is totally uneven and I just thought it would be the camber arms as that's happened to my Civic Type R in the past. I'm very new to the Rallye... only had it a week. Doing a navigational rally on Saturday with it and was hoping to have everything fixed for then.

Robbie

stew
19-02-2007, 06:16 PM
if the rear tyres are wearing so badly, its more likely to be toe, rather than camber. my ITR runs over 2 degree at the front but wears fine, its the toe thats the killer. but again on the 106, you cant really adjust the toe on the rear. the only real movement on the rear suspension is up and down with relation to the chassis.
maybe there is something actually wrong like a bent beam, worn bearings, something else?

Cyb3r
19-02-2007, 06:22 PM
worn beariings mate, the bearings are 60 quid

i rebuilt one in 3 hours first one i ever done its easy enough just gotta get some things to push my beartings in but apart from that easy :D