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      01-10-2012, 02:36 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by kitw View Post
Look at the plates, and think about clocking them 120 degrees, driver's side clockwise, and the passenger side counter clockwise. That would let the camber adjustment slot sit perpendicular to the car, with adjustment to the inside of the strut center.

Plus, just asthetically, it would make both logos appear readable from standing in front of the car.
The slot you see the center of the strut top sits in is the actual castor slot, turning the plates 120 degrees would mean turning caster adjustment into camber and camber adjustment into castor, that wasn't how the plates were designed.

The logos aren't supposed to be read from standing in front of the car, but rather from the sides of the cars.

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