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    Default Honda City 2002- Rear wheel camber setting

    Hi friends.

    I recently purchased a 2002 City, i am loving the powerful engine and drive. I recently went to a tire shop to find a good set of tires and was told by the alignment guy that my rear shocks need some repair due to permanent negative camber. I thought camber could be aligned for rear wheels on this model city since it has an independent suspension setup. Anyways so i went to a shocks specialist and he said shocks are fine. There are no adjustments available for camber, only caster settings are adjustable. So i asked him how to get the cambers to 0 degree, He said i need to change the spindles as they are twisted. I thought about it a lot but i don;t seem to digest that the spindle can be twisted that easily. I have seen this problem with many 1998- 2002 civics and i always thought its more of an alignment or suspension problem. Anyways i don't know what to do.

    Expert opinion is required !!! Thanks!!


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    bump

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    bumppp

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    no suspension experts???

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    yaar i also have the same shape of city but never experienced rare wheel adjustment u can check some other mechanic too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by saadzzz View Post
    yaar i also have the same shape of city but never experienced rare wheel adjustment u can check some other mechanic too....
    Yes i am thinking to go to some good suspension wala...

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    Not sure abt the rear ones but front ones can be adjusted by grinding n reducing the thickness of upper bolt of the spindle/shock strut fixture. I ll try sum1 to educate me abt the rear ones n then will post if it's usefull for u.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyhigh1 View Post
    Not sure abt the rear ones but front ones can be adjusted by grinding n reducing the thickness of upper bolt of the spindle/shock strut fixture. I ll try sum1 to educate me abt the rear ones n then will post if it's usefull for u.
    Thanks man

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