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      01-13-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Can camber be adjusted on a 2008 335xi coupe

Trying to fit 10 1/2 wheels in the rear but it seems camber is required plz help
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Yes, the rear can be adjusted up to -3.5 on the stock camber.
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Yes, the rear can be adjusted up to -3.5 on the stock camber.
When I took my car to town fair tire to do so they said It was maxing out at -2
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Take it somewhere else beacause they obviously don't know what there doing
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Take it somewhere else beacause they obviously don't know what there doing
Ok so even though its an xi it definitely can be done
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Yes, the rear can be adjusted up to -3.5 on the stock camber.
Aside from turning the eccentric on the lower camber arm, what can you do to adjust the camber on the rear of a 335?
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Yes, the rear can be adjusted up to -3.5 on the stock camber.
Aside from turning the eccentric on the lower camber arm, what can you do to adjust the camber on the rear of a 335?
Short of bending suspension components, nothing.
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Notice they said "stock" suspension components. I couldn't get more than 2.2 degrees negative in the rear and I have M3 camber arms.
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