> In a message dated Mon, 21 Oct 2002 14:33:30 +0930, firstname.lastname@example.org
>>Being only a wannabe racer in a wannabe racecar my thoughts were that
>>negative-camber A-arms etc were further down the track in my car
>>development and that they would not be the right thing to do for a car
>>that is driven daily (mostly). I thought tipping the tyres
>>that would promote wear on one side of the tyre.
> I just installed the negative-camber A-arms with the nylatron bushings upon
>recommendation from a favorite Moss supplier. The difference is significant.
>Turn-in and handling have been greatly improved. I have put about 1,000 miles
>on the setup and haven't noticed any unusual wear on the tires (Goodyear
>Weatherhandler LS 185/76/R14). Make sure you adjust the toe-in when you
>replace the A-arms. I have the spax front shock kit (previously installed),
>and am trying to save for the rear kit as well.
> I don't race my car, but I do participate in "spirited" driving on occasion.
> Any other listers who have tried the negative-camber A-arms? What have been
Sounds like my setup is pretty well the same as yours. Except my tires
are old. Suspension is firm, but I like it.
> Steve Sanchez
> 1977 MGB
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