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FS: K-Mac adjustable rear camber kit

I recently removed my K-Mac rear camber kit. I had only installed the camber portion in the lower control arm (LCA). I had never installed the other portion for the tie rods (which allows additional toe adjustment, required when you have made a significant camber change). The camber bushings are in excellent shape, they were only on the car for 7kmi. The adjustable tie rod bushings are band new, never used. You need the adjustable tie rod bushings to get the rear toe spec correct after adjusting camber.

Please note that since these are polyurethane bushings, they can squeak slightly... you only hear it with the window down, at low speeds, going over a bump (for example, a speed bump in a parking lot). The squeak cannot be heard from inside the car with the windows up. K-Mac includes a small packet of white grease for the bushings which is supposed to prevent the sqeak, this lubricant is included (not shown in photo - it's inside the box). I decided to try the RDMTEK rear camber correction kit, which is non-adjustable, and is more expensive ($250 for camber alone, plus an additional $240 for modified tie rods)... but it uses stock rubber bushings which are silent.

Please note that I am selling a pair of complete LCA with bushings already installed, as shown in the photos. This will save you at least 2 hours of labor... it is a HUGE pain to remove the stock bushings from the LCA so you can install the K-Mac bushings!! Photos are shown below.

These will fit all 124's except wagons, as well as most 129, 170, 202, 203, 208, 209, and 210 chassis.


Best regards,

Dave M.
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