disc brake swap excessive camber
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    Default disc brake swap excessive camber

    hi everyonei got a complet front disc brake kit , rotor bearings, , claliper , booster ,line etc...( the cheapest one you can find on ebay ). spindle remain the same original i didnt touched them at alli did the swap on my 62 station wagon ( belair )now i have a negative camber???? i took apart many time the rotor etc.. , inspected everything,put it back..i dont get itany idee?

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    The only thing I’m thinking you could have installed wrong to change camber would be the caliper brackets. Got pics of how you installed it?

    I’m sure if you went the cheapest of the cheap, gas he brackets have offset you’re wheels out about 5/8” on each side but that wouldn’t cause negative camber, only positive.

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