!5% off all suspension items

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  1. Amec

    Amec New Member

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    Hi all,
    I have on special for this week all my suspension items at 15% off plus delivery excluding the Upper adjustable arms which are already on special at $380.00 inc delivery or $365.00 pick up.

    Contact details on my website www.amecautocare.com.au

    Thanks


    Emmanuel
     
  2. blackheartedprofit

    blackheartedprofit New Member

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    Front Upper adjustable arms

    hi Emannuel,
    I'll take a set of those front adjustable upper arms for $380.00, do i go through the forum or your website?
    cheers
    i should read things properly, will be in touch
     
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  3. Amec

    Amec New Member

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    15% off all suspension items not !5%

    :)
     
  4. blue32zx

    blue32zx The answer is 42

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    i am just wondering...

    if i was to lower my car, what bout be needed to adjust camber to resonable levels again??

    ryan

     
  5. Fleet

    Fleet Speed Racer

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    lowering

    you would need adjustable front and rear upper arms to counter the negative camber from lowering the car.
     
  6. blackheartedprofit

    blackheartedprofit New Member

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    engineering excellence

    front adjustable upper arms arrived, and what a beautifull piece of equipment they are, i'm sure they work as good as they look, you da man emmanuel,
    cheers
     
  7. Mr G

    Mr G Active Member

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    Absolutely!

    Had mine fitted by Baron (thanks mate!) and they are awesome! Great product for that price - will certainly make the money back soon in saved rubber! :D
     
  8. RENZED

    RENZED Girl in the black beast

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    What exactly do you need to fix the wearing on the inside of the tyres?
    Is it just the front adjustable upper arms and the rear adjustable upper arms? Or do you have to replace other stuff too?
     
  9. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    If your car has

    been lowered,and has good springs and shocks, you will need frount/rear adjustable upper arms. If it has not been lowered, and has the stock springs and shocks, and is wareing the tyres, you need new springs and shocks,and a wheel alignment first.

    QUOTE=RENZED]What exactly do you need to fix the wearing on the inside of the tyres?
    Is it just the front adjustable upper arms and the rear adjustable upper arms? Or do you have to replace other stuff too?[/QUOTE]
     
  10. RENZED

    RENZED Girl in the black beast

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    What happens if I get the rear and front control arms replaced and I have stock springs and shocks?
    Anyone else done this?
     
  11. beaver

    beaver southern zeds

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    Replaceing the controll

    arms will give enough adjustment to correct the camber, it wont fix shot springs and shocks. if you can afford it replace the shocks first. The ride hight is set by the spring hight, so if you get say 25mm lowered springs over stock. you will need the arms to compensate.

     
  12. Marek755R

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    i bought the

    R-spec TuneAgent Rear Camber Arms from AMEC and they worked a treat. No camber issues anymore.:D Very easy to install urself too. Took me bout an hour. Did get them aligned by my local tire specialist tho for maximum results.
     

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