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      08-10-2010, 11:55 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by elp_jc View Post
Makes sense, but how the heck can it be reinstalled backwards then ? The whole purpose of this thread was to alert owners that arm could be 'reversed'. And that can't happen without removing it, no???? Just trying to make sense of all the info here.
If you actually look at it you'll see it. When the whole assembly is bolted to the camber arm, the sensor arm can be oriented in two different ways. One is the right way and one is the wrong way. I wouldn't really call it backwards. When installed correctly, the sensor arm should be near horizontal and the connecting rods to the bracket should be vertical. The whole assembly should look like a backwards 7. When installed incorrectly, the rods will be horizontal and the sensor arm vertical making the assembly look like an "L". Two different ways of getting from point A to point B.
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