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Is it possible to use adjustable camber tops with a stock KE30 strut? I read in a couple of threads that there is no room for adjustment in the strut tower with the wider spring/hat in a KE30, but some people are able to. However, I need to replace my old strut top rubber mounts, since they are cracking and causing vibration. I was thinking, instead of buying $140 for a pair of rubber mounts from Pedders, get adjustable camber tops, something like T3 for $190 + postage. Would there be any fitment issues? Don't really need to adjust the camber at the moment, until I get coilovers.
G'day, Sorry if this posted in wrong section. Have read every single post/thread relating to camber on KE70 and am wondering why I haven't read of anyone doing the following. Seems simpler, cheaper and easier. They only seem to do it with a S13 strutt/suspension upgrade. Perhaps there is some danger/risk I haven't thought through if doing the same with stock KE70 suspension/steering? Any advice would be welcome. Firstly, it's a bush rally car - stock KE70 sedan - other than worked 4k and locked diff. So stock struts and suspension. I'm going with GH Sigma LCA's. Excessive camber yes, but I don't have to care about legality on the road, just safety in the bush. So: BJ122 ball joints. Nolathane 45278 bushes. Weld plate on LCA and redrill castor and sway bar mount holes. Grind LCA bush to fit KE70 cross member. Machine steering knuckle to fit sigma ball joint. That's it from what I can tell except for lenthening the steering assembly. So obviously the ra40 tie rod to ke70 rack end upgrade is proven, but I can't source the RA40 or RA60 tubes in Darwin to finish the job. So why can't I just got AW11 rack ends and cut them down? I need to gain about 40 mill on steering assembly to use the Sigma LCA's and AW11 are 120mm longer than stock I think? And from what I can see they would bolt straight to KE70 rack and KE70 tie rod??? And they are cheap - and on the shelf yeah?