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      10-02-2012, 12:04 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bigjae1976 View Post
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.

They are exactly the same as shown in the photo above.

We have installed many TCK Racing camber plates on EDC and non-EDC cars with coilover/sleeve-over conversions without any issues. That already made it clear there is no difference.