(approx) 4 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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Hey, guys. Today we're gonna be taking a look at and installing the Pedders adjustable camber plates for the 2015 and newer Mustangs. You're gonna wanna be checking these out if you bought a set of Pedder's coilovers and you're looking for the matching camber plate set. So, you guys want a set of caster camber plates when you plan on lowering your car, especially if you're lowering a good amount. Adjustable caster camber plates help you get your car's alignment back within spec. So, these caster camber plates work with the Pedders coilovers and ultimately, what they're gonna mean for you is a better alignment, which then means better tire wear and ultimately, better handling performance. They cost just under $230. They have a limited two-year warranty on them. And as far as the install goes, I'll call it a two out of three wrenches in the difficulty meter because you are installing these plates with a set of coilovers which isn't necessarily an easy install but let's go ahead and show you how to get these on there. All right, guys, if you're installing the Pedders camber plates, you're obviously installing their adjustable coilovers. In order to do that, your first step is gonna be to remove your stock spring and strut setup. So, we're gonna do that now. The first thing that we've done is removed our wheel then we're gonna go ahead and unbolt our caliper with a 15-millimeter socket. We've been doing some work on this car so we do have a few things apart. You can see the bumper a little bit. So, just be aware of that. So, we're gonna go ahead unbolt our caliper from the bracket back here using a 15-millimeter. All right. So, you never really wanna leave your caliper hanging on your brake line so I'm gonna use a bungee cord to hold my caliper up.All right, guys, now we're just gonna pull our rotor off. All right, guys, now we're gonna undo the two 24-millimeter nuts that are on the spindle here. We are gonna undo the nut side and not the bolt side. These are splined and pressed into place. So, just make sure you're undoing the nut side. All right. Next, you're gonna wanna make sure that you remove your ABS lines. So, we're just gonna use a pry tool for that. All right, guys, now we're gonna undo the end link. I have a 17-millimeter open-ended wrench and I have an 18-millimeter socket for the front. We're gonna hold the back with the 17 open-ended and then I'll undo the nut.All right, guys, if need be, grab a prybar and release some of that tension on the end link and then slide it out of the way. All right, guys, now we're gonna remove the spindle bolts. You'll need to hammer them out, get the most of the way out and then you'll build a wiggle the spindle. So, there are three 15-millimeter nuts on the top of the strut you'll need to undo next. Just be aware that when you undo the last one, your spring and strut will fall out so make sure you have a hand on it. All right. So, at this point, I'm gonna reach down, grabbing the spring and strut. All right, guys, to get this install started, we actually need to remove this mount here. In order to do that, I'm going to pull up on my damping adjustment here and I have a 19-millimeter. So, I'm gonna crack lose this nut that's below it.All right. Then this entire adjustment piece will pull out. Next, what we're gonna do is we're gonna take the tension off the spring. There's a little bit of tension on the spring now. So, what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna back these down. You might need your spanner wrenches in order to do this. All the tension is taken off the spring now so we can actually remove my top mount. So, we're gonna use a 22-millimeter to undo this nut here. We'll take this mount off. All of this will come off and we're actually looking to get this gold washer off as well. All right. So, the first piece that goes on is your upper spring mounts. We'll slide that into place, followed by our collared spacer. Put the spacer down then we'll put our plate on. Make sure your plate is going in the correct orientation. So, they are labeled left and right side. Make sure you have the correct side and you're putting it in the correct orientation. So, I'm double checking, seeing where my strut is mounting, and I'm looking at how my plate is sitting right now. After that, I'll install the last spacer. Instead of being 22-millimeter, this is now 19-millimeter. All right. The last thing you're gonna do is reinstall your damping adjuster. All right, guys, one more tip before we get these installed in the car. We moved our locking camber adjustment bolts here into the middle. You can see that there are spots for them on the outside. This one still has them on the outside. You see how far apart they are? We move them to the middle because once these are installed in the car, the opening in the top of the strut tower isn't large enough to reach these two outside locking bolts. So, we're gonna move these back to the inside as well.All right, guys, at this point, we are ready to install our coilovers with our camber plates on the top so we are going to slide this in place. I have the hardware ready to go. Pedders does give you new hardware for this so just keep that in mind. These are 14-millimeter and we're gonna go ahead and tighten them down. All right, guys, now we're gonna swap out our end link really quick just because our coilover kit does come with new end links. So, I have an 18-millimeter and a 17-millimeter here. All right, guys, now it's time for the fun part. We have to get our spindle lined up with our strut so we're gonna go ahead, try to get this lined up, and wiggle our bolts back in place.All right, guys, now we're gonna put our stock 24-millimeter nuts back on the end of these. We'll go ahead start them. So, we'll go ahead and tighten these down now. All right. So, we're just gonna slide our rotor back in place and I am gonna grab a lug nut. I'll run one onto the stud just so it holds the rotor in place while I put the caliper back on. All right. Now, I'm gonna grab this behemoth of a caliper, get it off the bungee cord. All right. So, then we're going to slide this over our rotor. Okay, guys, the last step is obviously to get your wheel back on and torqued down to spec. I do wanna say make sure you get an alignment after this install is completed. You're definitely gonna need one. All right, guys, that's gonna wrap up this review and install. Keep in mind you can always check these out more online right here at americanmuscle.com.
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Perfect For Lowered Mustangs. If you are battling with accelerated tire wear and poor handling on your lowered Mustang, the Pedders Adjustable Camber Plates are here to help. The plates are designed to ensure proper alignment of the Mustang that has the Pedders Suspension Extreme Coil over Kit. With these plates, your Mustang can finally get back to specs.
Quality Construction. The Pedders Adjustable Camber Plates come in a durable heavy duty construction that can be easily adjusted to protect the chamber. The design also features factory style bracketry that ensures even tire wear.
Installation. The Pedders Adjustable Camber Plates provide an easy direct bolt-on installation that does not require drilling, welding or other modifications during the installation process that should take about 4 hours. However, after the installation, it is recommended that you go for a professional alignment.
Warranty. Pedders gives an assurance that the Adjustable Camber Plates are void of any defects relating to material and craftsmanship. That’s not all, they also cover them with a limited 2 year – 40,000 Km warranty.
Application. The Pedders Adjustable Camber Plates are designed to be compatible with all 2015 to 2021 Ford Mustangs that is equipped with Pedders Suspension Extreme Coil-Over Kit.
Fitment: 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 Details
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(approx) 4 Hours
Light to Moderate mechanical skill required.
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