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Thread: How to install camber plates on coilovers

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    Default How to install camber plates on coilovers

    I'm not new to wrenching on cars, however I am new to installing coilover suspension. I bought a set of Rokkor coils and a set of eBay camber plates for my beater e36. From my research, most coilovers setups come with camber plates already installed, but the Rokkkors require the use of the factory top hats. Since the suspension in my car is totally shot I figured I'd just get a set of camber plates so if I wanted more low I could get it. Attached are some pictures of one of my front coilovers and one of my camber plates. If someone could guide me in how to put these together it would be extremely helpful, that way I can get them installed tomorrow. Thanks!



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    I was sent the wrong pillow ball nuts, that's why I couldn't get them together.
    1993 BMW 325i
    2001 BMW 330ci vert
    2010 Chevy Silverado 2500HD

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