QA1 52361 Eccentric Camber Bolt Adjuster, Mopar A/B/E-Body
QA1's Mopar Eccentric Camber Bolt Adjusters allow for easy alignment changes. They offer a camber adjustment range of -2.5 to +2.5 from factory. These work with factory upper control arms or QA1 upper control arms. All components are zinc plated for durability. Comes with four Eccentric Camber Bolt Adjusters. Fits 1964-1976 Mopar A-body, 1962-1972 Mopar B-body and 1970-1974 Mopar E-body vehicles.
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