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Passenger rear camber fault??


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Anyone tell me why my rear passenger wheel has a slight camber on it? Drivers rear is spot on but other is a mile out. There is a slight knock noise on that back corner aswel. Will the trailing arm bush cause it to camber like that if its worn or knackered? 

Im thinking my suspension strut is bent. 

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22 hours ago, Marshffs said:

Anyone tell me why my rear passenger wheel has a slight camber on it? Drivers rear is spot on but other is a mile out. There is a slight knock noise on that back corner aswel. Will the trailing arm bush cause it to camber like that if its worn or knackered? 

Im thinking my suspension strut is bent. 

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Are you lowered at all?  , and I know this seems stupid but is it parked of a flat 

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No camber adjustment on rear from factory .

trailing arm won't effect it but badly worn/ damaged lateral links would as does worn strut rod bearing and top mount issue .

all easy check, camber bolts easy solution for fine adjustment once suspension accessed good.

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Whats a strut rod bearing? Been in numerous garages to find the cause and as of yet there seems to be no fault. 

Iv got a hub coming to change that over, next will be suspension then ill do the lateral links. 

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38 minutes ago, Marshffs said:

Whats a strut rod bearing? Been in numerous garages to find the cause and as of yet there seems to be no fault. 

Iv got a hub coming to change that over, next will be suspension then ill do the lateral links. 

bushing on the chromed rod, as these wear it can cause a bit of neg camber but they normally leak if getting bad .

Could be just way that one is, possible could be improved to some extent by loosening strut to hub bolts and pulling hub upright as much as slop allows .

Even with no parts fault if want perfect camber then camber bolts a must .

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