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Old 12-12-2010, 07:19 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default 350z Camber Arms Will Fit a 6thgen

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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

I didn't read the entire thing but as soon as I saw 2003 I stopped. I don't think that will work. I know PapaL has used something for his camber. See if you can hunt him down to ask him.
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

I did some searching but couldnt verify if they will fit for sure....
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Besides you only need these if you have uneven wear on your tires bc of negative camber issues.... I havnt heard of anyone having crazy camber issues with 6thgens. My Z is really low I could use a set of these.
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

I have 350z Camber and Toe Rear Ichiban Arms on my car from the Z.
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

Originally Posted by NiZMo1o1 View Post
I have 350z Camber and Toe Rear Ichiban Arms on my car from the Z.
Guess they fit
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

thanks for the quick response guys..but look the pic below see how the bottom of the tire is out and as you go up it kinda inside what can i do to make it sit straight..i have the eibach springs in the back with 15mm spacers

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Do you have a Drop. If you dont, then you do not need these...
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

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Do you have a Drop. If you dont, then you do not need these...
yes i do..i have eibach springs with 15mm wheels spacers..
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If you are low then a camber kit might be a good idea. Have you went for an allignment? What were the readings?
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

in all honesty , I purchase the toe arms and cambers arms ONLY to prove that they will work, with the Camber arms make sure you have the correct bolts.

even with my drop * on springs * I never really have ANY issues of camber wear in the rear , or the front for that matter.

Im sure guys with Coilovers dropped more than 3 inch may need the kit and will benifit it.

Maybe im just one of the lucky ones because since Ive dropped her on progress springs and rolling 20s. I never had camber wear
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

Originally Posted by NiZMo1o1 View Post
in all honesty , I purchase the toe arms and cambers arms ONLY to prove that they will work, with the Camber arms make sure you have the correct bolts.

even with my drop * on springs * I never really have ANY issues of camber wear in the rear , or the front for that matter.

Im sure guys with Coilovers dropped more than 3 inch may need the kit and will benifit it.
Maybe im just one of the lucky ones because since Ive dropped her on progress springs and rolling 20s. I never had camber wear
Agree, even with my drop In the max I didnt need these.



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Originally Posted by NiZMo1o1 View Post
in all honesty , I purchase the toe arms and cambers arms ONLY to prove that they will work, with the Camber arms make sure you have the correct bolts.

even with my drop * on springs * I never really have ANY issues of camber wear in the rear , or the front for that matter.

Im sure guys with Coilovers dropped more than 3 inch may need the kit and will benifit it.

Maybe im just one of the lucky ones because since Ive dropped her on progress springs and rolling 20s. I never had camber wear

Ya i do get any wear either i just want it to sit stright not like leanin inside on the top nd outside on bottom..u knw wht i mean bro
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yes they will fit we put those on papal's car
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Default Re: are these any goods? for 6th gen?

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thanks for the quick response guys..but look the pic below see how the bottom of the tire is out and as you go up it kinda inside what can i do to make it sit straight..i have the eibach springs in the back with 15mm spacers

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Sorry but that's not any camber to worry about dude. Our cars come with camber like that from factory. If you make your wheels sit perfectly straight, they will stick out and rub, bad. As long as it's not some crazy camber, you should be ok. The camber I see in your pics is normal and nothing to worry about.
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Sorry but that's not any camber to worry about dude. Our cars come with camber like that from factory. If you make your wheels sit perfectly straight, they will stick out and rub, bad. As long as it's not some crazy camber, you should be ok. The camber I see in your pics is normal and nothing to worry about.
Oo ok ok bro i its normal then i dont have to worry about it thanks bro
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Default Re: 350z Camber Arms Will Fit a 6thgen

Hey folks a question. When I had my alignment done after my drop in September my mechanic said that I had some camber issues that he couldn't resolved.

On the invoice it says:
Needs Rear Camber Adjusted - No Factory Adjustments Available
Can Improve Front Camber - No Factory Adjustments Available

The Diagnostic sheet shows the following:

Left Front:
-1 Camber
3 Caster
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Right Front
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2.7 Caster
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Front
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.02 Steer Ahead

Left Rear
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.23 Toe

Right Rear
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.04 Toe

Rear
.27 Total Toe
.10 Thrust Angle


Thoughts? Should I leave as is or invest in these arms mentioned here?
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Hey folks a question. When I had my alignment done after my drop in September my mechanic said that I had some camber issues that he couldn't resolved.

On the invoice it says:
Needs Rear Camber Adjusted - No Factory Adjustments Available
Can Improve Front Camber - No Factory Adjustments Available

The Diagnostic sheet shows the following:

Left Front:
-1 Camber
3 Caster
-0.03 Toe

Right Front
-.9 Camber
2.7 Caster
-.08 Toe

Front
-.11 Total Toe
.02 Steer Ahead

Left Rear
-1.6 Camber
.23 Toe

Right Rear
-2.1 Camber
.04 Toe

Rear
.27 Total Toe
.10 Thrust Angle


Thoughts? Should I leave as is or invest in these arms mentioned here?



Well like raz76 said its normal no im cool with it now as long as i dont have any wear on tire i whouldnt touch it
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Default Re: 350z Camber Arms Will Fit a 6thgen

I'm pretty sure the back is adjustable. I think there are cam bolts in the control arm and the piece that seats the coil spring. I could be wrong. I might stick my camera under there to confirm.
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http://www.ichibausa.com/ic35g35caarm1.html

I have this installed on my car. My rear tires had always worn out unevenly. I have had this on for about 7-8 months now and the tires are looking good. Some cars might not need it, I think it depends on the wheels that you have and how they sit. I have Progress springs and KYB shocks with 20x9.5 rear wheels. So far it's a good investment for me. I bought mine used from someone in the other org.
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