Mustang Caster Camber Plates 1979-2015
Caster camber plates are extremely important if you want to retune your suspension to performance standards. These plates can be configured for the perfect angle on your suspension to make your car’s handling more responsive and satisfying. The angle of these plates affects your steering responsiveness, and it also impacts how well you can handle turns.
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Caster Camber PlatesAt CJ Pony Parts, you can find the right caster camber plates for your Mustang. If you’ve already lowered the suspension of your car, these plates can deliver the results you’ve always wanted. And if you haven’t lowered your ride, you can do it the right way right off the bat. Either way, if you’re looking for performance, you can find the perfect product for your ride right here.
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Some of the Things You Need to Know about Caster Camber Plates:
• Camber angle — The camber angle is the angle of the tire to the inside or outside of your car.
• Positive camber — Slight positive camber means that the top of your tires face outward, which can make turning easier at low speeds and reduce tire wear. Most cars are manufactured with a very slight positive camber.
• Negative camber — Slight negative camber aids in turning and provides better performance at high speeds. Most cars must be modified to achieve negative camber.
• Adjusting Camber plates — Camber plates come with adjustable slots, and you can configure them with a simple Allen wrench / hex key. Settings are usually marked from 1-3 degrees in positive and negative.