Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates Mustang 2015-2024
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- 1.75 Degrees Adjustment
- 100Ksi Yield Strength
- Alloy Steel Main Plate
Maximum Motorsports Caster Camber Plates for all 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024 Mustangs.
Lowering your 2015-2024 Mustang will likely cause the top of your front tires to lean in towards the center of the car, resulting in negative camber, causing uneven tire wear. This can easily be corrected by ordering these Caster Camber Plates (MM6CC-10) from Maximum Motorsports. The OEM version of the brand-new Mustang has no provisions for camber or caster adjustment, so installing these plates will provide a significant upgrade to your new Pony.
- Adjustment for Your Camber and Caster
- 1.75-Degrees Continuous Range of Camber Adjustment
- Main Plate is Precision Laser-Cut from High-Grade Alloy Steel
- Standard Durable Black Powder Coated Finish
- Made in the USA
- Yield Strength of 100 KSI
- Retains Stock Strut Dustcovers
- No Drilling or Cutting Required
These Caster Camber Plates from Maximum Motorsports will allow you to properly align the front tires of your 2015-2024 Mustang, especially if your S550 is lowered. Maximum Motorsports incorporates an innovative design the makes for the ability to adjust the camber setting of your front tires. These plates provide 1.75 degrees continuous range of camber adjustment.
These plates have a unique construction and are 100% made in the USA. The main plates are laser-cut from newly available high-grade alloy steel. This creates more strength to your wheels and will greatly reduce the possibility of bending. Maximum Motorsports completes these plates with a standard durable black powder coated finish. The plates will retain the stock strut dustcovers and are also designed to bolt on, so no drilling or cutting will be required to properly install.
- Sets Proper Front Alignment
- Promotes Even Tire Wear
- Lowered Mustangs can be Aligned to Factory Specifications
- Negative Camber may be Increased for Competition
- Improves Steering Response & Dynamic Alignment Stability
- Corrects OEM Production Tolerances
- Reduces the Possibility of Bending
- Eliminates Deflection
- Long-Lasting Protection
- Increases Strength
These plates will properly set your front wheel alignments on your Mustang and will allow your lowered Pony to be aligned to factory specifications. You'll be able to adjust the camber setting to allow the reduction of excessive negative camber that is caused by lowering your Mustang. This will improve how your tire wears on the street and will also provide more grip while hitting the corners. These plates will also improve the overall steering response when you are pushing your Pony hard.
These plates will also provide a small range of adjustment for your caster, which is otherwise not adjustable. While the 2015-2024 Mustang chassis was created with a proper amount of positive caster for high-performance driving, it can still be a significant asset to fine-tune this adjustment to reduce any negative effects caused by OEM production tolerances. Installing these plates on your new Mustang will also provide long-lasting protection for your alignment while increasing its overall strength for a significant upgrade on your S550.
- 2015-2024 Mustang
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Intermediate skill is required for this installation.
When you lower your Mustang, if you lower it too far, eventually the wheels will start to tilt inward and it's going to cause uneven wear on your tires. The caster camber plates from Maximum Motorsports, allow you up to 1.75 degrees of camber adjustment, which ought to get your alignment in spec and have the car go straight and not wear your tires. Today we're going to show you how to install these using our 2015 Mustang GT.
These Maximum Motorsports camber plates are made in the USA of a high grade alloy steel and will fit all 2015 Mustangs. As an added benefit of the adjustment of caster and camber, the high grade alloy steel actually is a much better mounting point for your strut and will cause a lot less movement. These are sold as a pair and will work with any lowering springs or aftermarket struts.
For this installation, they need either a lift and a pole jack or a jack and jack stands, 1/2" ratchet, 13mm socket, 15mm socket, 18mm socket, 3/4 socket, 13/16th socket, 15/16th deep socket, 21mm socket, short extension, 15mm wrench, 15mm wrench, 1/2" impact gun, panel removal tool, hammer, and a spring compressor.
Installing the Maximum Motorsports caster camber plates is going to require us to remove the front struts. The first step in installation, get the car off the ground and remove the front wheels. With the wheel off, we're going to begin the installation by disconnecting the sway bar from the strut. To do that, you want to put a wrench on the back side to hold the sway bar, and then remove the nut.
With the sway bar out of the way, we're going to move on to disconnecting the caliper. To get that off the bracket, there's 2, 15mm bolts. There's one right here, and one down here. Remove them, remove the caliper from the bracket, and set it aside. Remove the 2 ABS lines, as well, one from the strut mount here and one from the side of the strut down here.
To separate the spindle from the strut, these nuts and bolts have to be removed. We're going to start by taking the nuts off. You only want to take them all the way off just to the edge. I'll explain why in a minute. Thread it on just to the edge of the bolt. The reason for leaving the nut is, you have to actually hammer these bolts out since they're pressed on. If you don't have the nut there, you could mushroom the end of the bolt and not be able to get it back on. Leaving the nut gives you a better surface to hit and also doesn't damage the threads. Usually at this point, you can get them through by hand. Separate the strut from the spindle.
Now we're going to move up to the engine bay. The strut is held to the strut tower by these 3 nuts. What you want to do is remove the first 2. When you go to remove the last 1, make sure you're holding on to the strut or it'll fall off.
Now that we have the strut assembly on the table, we have to remove the spring. To do that, you want to compress the spring first, before removing the nut on the top of the strut. Now we can remove the strut nut.
The Maximum Motorsports caster camber plate is going to replace the top of the strut mount, so we want to separate these 2 pieces. Put that aside and you want to keep the rubber insulator. You want to make sure this edge is parallel with that line there. The stud plates are actually universal, but this plate is specific. Make sure when it sits with the studs that these two lines are parallel. Just rest it until it seats on there and moves cleanly. Now we can reassemble the strut. Make sure the spring is seated properly, and decompress the spring.
Re-installing the spring assembly into the car, you want to make sure that this ear here is facing outward, will go out towards the fender. This flap over here faces toward the front. Put this up into place, use one of the supplied bolts and washers to hold it in. I'm holding the strut up through there. Install the supplied top plate. Again, hand tighten the nuts and washers. Now, we reconnect the strut to the spindle. When we tighten these nuts, it'll actually pull the bolts through, just give them a little tap to get them started.
With those bolts tight, now we can re-install the rotor and caliper. We'll thread one lug-nut on, just to hold the rotor in place, makes it a lot easier to line up the caliper. Going to reconnect the ABS line next. Re-install the sway bar in link. Now up here in the tower, we're going to tighten down these 3 bolts, then torque them to 46 foot pound. Now you want to repeat the process on the other side and your installation is finished.
Maximum Motorsports parts are always top-notch and their 2015 caster camber plates are no different. The 1.75 degrees of adjustment allow us to really nail the alignment on our lower 2015 Mustang GT. Installation is pretty straightforward, especially if you're already installing springs. You allow no additional time at all. If you already have the springs in the car, figure about an hour and a half for installation. Be back on the road in no time.
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