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Old 03-24-2008, 04:17 PM   #1
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Default FS: (MD) brand new Whiteline Max-C camber plates


Got these a few months ago but never got around to installing them. I'm planning to sell the car in a few months so rather than installing them only to take them back off in a few months I'm going to sell them new and still unused.

About the plates:

The Whiteline Max-C adj. strut top mounts are an engineered solution toward keeping your camber and caster in the "sweet spot" for you Subaru.

After extensive suspension modeling Whiteline has come up with a solution to allow you to balance caster and camber at the same time. By moving camber toward 0* you gain static caster, while as you move static camber toward more a more negative inclination you move caster toward 0*.

These are the motorsports version which means if you are on coilovers you can get up to -5 degrees of camber, however you're limited to about -3 degrees on the stock struts or stock strut replacements (the stock spring size gets in the way.)

Forgive the quarter and Gatorade bottle in the picture, was using them as a size comparison. Also note that the strut spacers are missing in this photo, they weren't in the box originally (Whiteline forgot them) but the vendor I got them from quickly shipped me the spacers from another set of plates they had in stock, so I have EVERYTHING that you need and it's all brand new and unused!

$275 shipped. I'm in the Baltimore/DC area near Arundel Mills if you want to do local pick up and save a few bucks on shipping. PM me if you're interested.

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