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Author Subject: Neg camber hubs
t3ora

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Post #1
Any body on here running bridgecraft engineering negative camber front hubs
Thinking of having my done,but unsure on max tyre and wheel size I can run etc
Any plus or minus to them
Thanks

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Posted 3rd Jun 2020 at 19:24
t3ora

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Post #2
I don’t really want to go coilovers,cost is one and front shocks am not very old

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Posted 3rd Jun 2020 at 19:26
Day666

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Post #3
Hello
Most of us who run BC stuff ...only run all (rear) Bridgecraft Camber hubs or Maxi width wider hubs or plus 50 width wider rear hubs ..,I don’t know of many that run Fronts nowadays?
Posted 3rd Jun 2020 at 19:54
welshpug!

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Post #4
they wont affect the tyre or wheel size however if you are particularly wide you may need to use a small spacer.

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Posted 3rd Jun 2020 at 20:03
t3ora

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Post #5
welshpug! wrote:
they wont affect the tyre or wheel size however if you are particularly wide you may need to use a small spacer.

I run 205/40/17 for road use and 195/50/15 semi slicks for track( both wheels am correct et) my issue is the camber hub alters the wheel position,tyre clearance to the strut reduced

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Posted 3rd Jun 2020 at 20:28
t3ora

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Post #6
Day666 wrote:
Hello
Most of us who run BC stuff ...only run all (rear) Bridgecraft Camber hubs or Maxi width wider hubs or plus 50 width wider rear hubs ..,I don’t know of many that run Fronts nowadays?

I know they done a few hubs but unsure who runs them,don’t really want to put out for coilovers,I can do 4 track days for the cost of them
I am really happy With how it handles.It just needs More camber to make full use of the front tyres when on track

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Posted 3rd Jun 2020 at 20:39
hediis

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Post #7
I know this is an old thread but I run them on my car atm with ET 0 (15x8.25) and 205/50-15 dunlop semi slick and its pretty close to the strut. And I also got adjustable top mounts to add a little bit more. Running -3.5 deg camber up front and -3 deg in the rear.

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