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Just went along to Chemix after reading a glowing recommendation on here and on other forums. Found the guys there very helpful. Had to use the commercial ramp due to ground clearance issues, and they let me have a look around under the car. Going back again next week after I have twisted the nuts to lift the ride height to get things adjusted correctly (they changed toe in there and then) Toe in now 1.4mm, steering wheel is nice and straight again rather than twisted to the right. They aren't equipped to do anything at the back, so any thoughts on what or if I need to do anything would be greatly and graciously appreciated. I was planning on raising the ride at the back, which should (if I understand correctly) reduce the camber a little, and hopefully balance it out a little. Chap suggested looking at a citroen / VAG electronic handbreak to replace mine....an interesting thought!!! Cheers Ed
I have just noticed that my front wheels have different camber. The left wheel appears to be pretty much vertical, but the right wheel looks to lean left or right, depending on which way you turn the steering wheel. This is only visible when you turn the wheel to the left or right. In the 'straight' position they both look vertical. From looking at the lower arm to the right wheel hub, it appears to be further forward than the left. Could this simply be due to the anti roll bar being mounted too far forward on the right side? Or does anyone know of any other possible reasons? Thanks!