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      07-05-2019, 03:04 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Tambohamilton View Post
Yeah, m3 front arms won't be the culprit. They change the camber, but you can't really adjust the resulting camber much. Standard toe setting with m3 arms will work fine, though 0 toe is probably better overall (or negative toe for track use).

The shimmy when hitting a bump mid corner is exactly the symptom of sloppy rear subframe bushes, so I'm told. Mine does it too, so they're top of my list.
I can confirm mine 100% shifts over a bump, it doesn't slip as blue says it literally shifts across a tad. Only difference is I know my subframe has kinked or shifted whereas this is out of the blue. Although it's unlikely has anyone had to mess with the subframe mounts blueh88 to do work like you LSD?..