In a message dated 11/3/2008 11:53:10 PM Central Standard Time,
> Number one - The Camber: RH side 1/2 degree negative, LH side 2 degrees
> positive. It pulls like the dickens. What's ideal for the street and how
> one make changes that the factory didn't provide for?
Camber on a TR3 is "Not Adjustable." That means it is set by frame
alignment. There are ways around that such as bushings with offset center
As far as what is the best Camber: the most important thing is to have the
same on both sides. But ISTR 1/2 deg is closer to the factory spec than 2 degs
(going from memory here). This suggests the LH shock tower has been knocked
out of alignment.
The first question is "Do you have the cross tube mounted?" The shock towers
are a bit flimsy without it and installing it may change your camber
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