That explains why the Z3 bolts are specifically called camber bolts. They may not be not plain round bolts.
Originally Posted by nfunk
... there were two bolts that were cam shaped that when turned in the hole would adjust the camber. The reason for marking the bolts prior to removal was so that they would be exactly orientated the same when I install the new struts.
But I don't understand what may be two conflicting requirements of those bolts:
- They have to be tightened to a certain torque.
- But if they are eccentric, what if the required torque does not put their eccentricity at the right camber point?
I wonder if those camber bolts are round or eccentric?
Last edited by vintage42; 01-06-2013 at 12:08 PM.