Re: Quadralift lowering/leveling/lifting Links DIY
Just a follow up to yesterday's post...
I got back on the phone yesterday afternoon, and contacted SPC Performance again, and was able to talk with one of their techs, about the camber adjustment plate that they make, especially with respect to being able to adjust camber, especially for lowered vehicles.
He clarified that their kit will now allow for more camber adjustment range, as you're limited by the length of the existing slots in the frame. Their kit, however, will make it easier to make the adjustments, within that range.
A couple of other things that he mentioned, however, is that to his observations in the field, that many trucks, and possibly GCs, have a pretty stable camber curve, and moderate lowering won't take you out of the range of adjustment, as provided by the factory mounting poins.
More importantly, he also mentioned that he was under the impression that SPC is working on a "hub/brake caliper shim kit", that would bolt in between the hub and spindle, altering the camber by a set amount. Shims would also be included, to keep the brake calipers in proper relationship to the rotors. This type of kit would provide a fixed amount of change, that would hopefully get your GC back to a point where the OE adjustment slots would again be usable, to set the camber.