The rear bolt acts as a pivot point so it really doesn't have to move much at all. If you think about it, how much does the front have to move? 1/8" up front = big change in camber.03 Z06 said:What I don't understand is how does a seemingly fixed rearward facing lower control arm bolt accomodate lateral movement?
Yes, when I installed the Hardbar fixed camber plates. I used the "David Farmer" method that's been posted here and on the other site. I also did some trigonometry calculations to confirm the accuracy on the camber settings. For thrust angle, I tied string to two jackstands, lined the string up against the rear wheels, then measured the distance to the front spindles. For toe, I picked up a set of Longacre toe plates that work great.03 Z06 said:ok, I will try it.
BTW, have you done a rear alignment yourself?