Toe in/out is a very basic set up and easy to measure but how would you measure camber.
I have just replaced the lower control arms on my Commander. I have tried to set my new control arms in a similar position to the original ones. This is a bit hit and miss as they may not be an exact shape/match to the original ones plus I also have JBA upper control arms that position the york further out than the OEM UCA's. Does anyone have a smart but simple method for the home mechanic to easily measure camber?
I'm thinking a very level garage floor, a plumb bob and a tape measure and a calculator.
I look forward to some brilliant ideas!
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