(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Hi I’m Justin with AmericanMuscle.com, and I’m looking at a very simple and inexpensive mod, that will help correct the alignment on your lowered Mustang. I’m talking about Eibach’s pro alignment camber adjustment bolts fitting all 2005 and newer Mustangs. By now, you should be aware of the fact that whenever you lower your ride, you’re changing your Mustang’s suspension geometry, and it’s almost a guarantee that your camber is one of those things that gets affected. Depending on how low you go, your factory parts may not offer enough adjustment to get everything back into spec. If that’s the case and your alignment is out of whack, not only will your cars handling suffer, but you’re also going to chew through tires at an alarming rate. These bolts from Eibach are a great low cost option that offer up to 1.75 degrees of camber adjustment for the front wheels which in most case is more than enough to get everything back into spec. The bolts are able to accomplish this thanks to their unique cam lobe design as Eibach calls it, referring to this portion of the bolt here which does bear a slight resemblance with a portion of a cam shaft. While you could install these bolts yourself I would recommend having these installed by your local alignment shop, that way they can properly dial everything after the bolts are installed. On the other hand, if you do insist on tackling this one, just leave yourself a couple of hours. So if you’re treying to get your lowered Mustang’s alignment back into spec, and you don’t want to spend more money on a set of caster/camber plates, then these caster adjustment bolts from Eibach are a great low cost solution.
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December 26, 2019
camber issues solved
Even with camber plates i needed these to get it right.Helpful (0)
November 29, 2019
Nice Fit Adjustment
I had them installed by a local shop and really helped with the alignment made my rude feel more comfortable.Helpful (0)
November 25, 2019
Nice product very well packaged with good instructionsHelpful (0)
October 29, 2019
Beach camber bolts
I installed myself after updating front struts and lowering springs. Easy install I needed them for my alignment.Helpful (0)
October 26, 2019
After lowering the car, my camber was off by a whole degree. These bolts adjusted my alignment perfectly.Helpful (0)
October 16, 2019
not enough to adjust camber
bought this and took it to my local shop to have a alignment and the shop told me they had to shave and grind this bolt to get it back into spec. It was only a 1.5" drop and wish i just got caster camber instead.Helpful (0)
September 25, 2019
Great Camber Adjustment
I am a Ford tech, I needed to correct my negative camber after installing FP struts and k springs w/ GT500 strut tops. These worked like a charm, I'm only a few hundredths of a degree off of dead center spec. Easy to install, did the alignment myself, whole thing took about 30 minutes.Helpful (0)
May 30, 2019
Did what it was supposed to do
If you can change your brake pads and rotors, you can install these camber bolts. The install is very straightforward and took approximately an hour to do. If you're lowering your mustang any bit, these are your front camber issues, solution.Helpful (0)
May 21, 2019
These are great for lowering
Installed with the Eibach pro kit and worked well with no problems getting the car aligned. Would recommend for any lowering springs.Helpful (1)
May 14, 2019
These are a great product to get your car back into alignment after you lower your car.Helpful (0)
how many sets do i need? do i need to order 2 sets of these? one set for each side?
No, you only need one set (one bolt per side). It replaces the upper of the two spindle bolts. If you look at the customer pics, it's the one clean-looking bolt towards the center of the pictures haha.
I have a lowered mustang on lowering springs , and the tires wear faster on the inside. What's the difference between these bolts and the caster plates? I'm getting new tires and want the alignment to be straight.
The pro-alignment bolts will correct the camber that is created because of the new suspension geometry. The caster/camber plates will correct that as well but as more adjustable as they change the angle of the entire strut instead of correct the positioning through a bolt.
I'm about to order the eibach pro complete system and I'm wondering if these bolts will solve the camber issues that the system will present?
These will do the trick. I used them after installing the Eibach Sportline springs and they solved the camber issue with minimal adjustment. Since the Sportline lowers the car more than the pro kit, you should be in good shape with the bolts.
My wife and I co-drive a 2012 Shelby GT 500 and have been doing autocross for two years and started track events last year. We need camber in the car for the track; cording the outside of Potenza RE71Rs last year and Hoosier S100s (280/680 R18s on 18"x10" wheels) a few weeks ago. Other than tires, the car is stock. Can/should I use these bolts to get the -1.75 camber (as advertised) for the track to help with tire wear? Thanks.
When I placed mine on my 12' V6, they only changed the camber by about 1.5 degrees. That in mind you can go all the way from 1.5 to -1.5 degrees depending on which way you rotated the bolt and how much camber you have stock. For the s197 mustangs spec was between -1.5 to 0 degrees and that was acceptable to leave the factory. My setup is an essentially stock V6 with konis and eibach sportlines. These got me back to spec. My mustang is my daily driver and it does the job well. Reading through the forums you'll find some people state these have the tendency to snap under extreme pressure (i.e. racing or hitting a curb at speed). I have yet to find any account on the forums where one of these broke with spirited driving/racing. My alignment shop said they place hundreds of these a year and have yet to hear of one just snapping under stress. As for if you hit a curb at speed... well things are going to break and it's likely not from a camber bolt.
How do you adjust them for the alignment
The adjustment should be done by an alignment shop.
No, only one set of these can be used at any given time, simply given the design of the product and it's function.
This really depends on how far off the cars alignment is. Generally, with a 1.5" drop, you will want to get caster camber plates.
This will correct the front end alignment yes.
Combining bolts with plates would indeed offer the most significant adjustment capabilities, however to clarify, caster camber plates offer far more adjustment than bolts. These adjustment bolts are meant really for fine-tuning. I would suggest taking your Mustang to an shop for alignment check if you have caster camber plates installed and still have alignment issues.
We recommend install at the time the alignment takes place.
These camber bolts would help fix the camber issues you are having with the Eibach Sportline springs.
These will do the same job as the plates yes. Long run the plates will be the best bet.
The Eibach Pro-Alignment Camber Adjustment Bolts should provide enough adjustment to correct the alignment at 1.5" of lowering on most Mustangs.
This kit iscompatible with other kits other than the Eibach struts.
(approx) 2 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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