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Old 08-11-2011, 12:42 AM
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Mein Auto: E39 5401 2001 model
E53 X5 rear wheels negative camber

Hi, has anyone modified their X5's rear suspension to compensate for the overly negative camber? I see that my 2003 X5 has slightly more negative on the one side than the other and would like to modify the lower link to get the wheel more positive. Anyone done this before and what does it involve? Was thinking of reaming out the holes on the chassis and fitting a modified washer to prevent the lower link from moving. What do you think? Advise/help will be much appreciated
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