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      10-02-2012, 11:32 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by HP Autowerks View Post
The shaft is plenty thick(she said it!) for strength and to accommodate EDC, it's 14mm towards the top and 16mm at the bottom.

TCKR camber plates were installed many times in the past so I didn't think the shaft diameter is any different. I borrowed a strut from a local customer just to verify.
Just want to make sure I understand this correctly...

So the thicker shaft that you are describing above is below the area slides into the hole (that's what she said) in the camber plate? So the top of the shaft which gets inserted into the bearing in the camber plate for both the EDC and non-EDC struts are the same size. Thus, the same camber plate works for both EDC and non-EDC.

Correct?
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