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Hi! i would like to get some negative camber by putting plates with stock struts, can someone recommend?
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thanks, this is what i was looking for a while now. So you put the non EDC upper strut mount to gain -1 deg?
 

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My M5 at the last alignment was at -1.1 deg and -1.2 deg using the -30min upper strut mounts.
Your camber my be slightly different depending on ride height and other factors affect the nominal +/- camber value.
 

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For the EDC style shock rod (independent spring plate) you need to use the 31-33-1-139-484 guide support-upper strut mount.
 

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planning to rebuild the shocks, and assembling all back thinking maybe to lower a little, different springs... still researching.
 

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Strut mounts do not lower the ride height.
oem strut mounts do not lower , but slimmer aftermarket camber plates can...
i am looking for options to put on Groundcontrol coilover... i want something less harsh... i may go with regular oem mounts...
those alternative oem mounts are very expensive...
 
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