• Yerf Dog GX150 Spiderbox front end severe camber problem

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 #11041  by Travis @ Buggy Depot
 Wed Oct 11, 2017 11:19 am
That's the opposite of what I'm expecting to see with your amount of negative camber.

Measure the lowers the same way, and let me know. We may need to exchange all 4 A-Arms, or we may need to look at what's going on with the spindles depending on your measurements.
 #11044  by Travis @ Buggy Depot
 Wed Oct 11, 2017 1:30 pm
If all 4 A-Arms are identical length, it would have to be the spindles. More specifically, the upper and lower 10mm mounting holes on the spindles.

If you have the spindles disassembled, snap a few more pics from different angles and I'll see if I can discern anything off about them.
 #11049  by Travis @ Buggy Depot
 Thu Oct 12, 2017 11:28 am
It looks like the top plate and bolt were welded at an angle. If this is true, that would be your problem. The bottom plate looks straight. The tie-rod tabs should be fixed, but won't affect camber (just toe adjustment).

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 #11056  by Travis @ Buggy Depot
 Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:04 pm
Normally I would, but those aren't our spindles. Those are spindles from BMI.