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Sakura Garage is pleased to announce the availability of the Stance USA fully adjustable coilover set for the 240Z, 260Z, 280Z. See our website: http://sakuragarage.com/products/datsun-suspension for order information. - We use Stance USA Super Sport inverted struts. (No hood clearance issues) - Your choice of spring rates. - Swift Springs are also available as an option - Weld-on adapters included - with proper size and length for 240Z or 280Z strut configuration. Our kit allows a wide ride-height adjustment range** - from stock ride height to - well - dirt-nasty-low... We've also developed a bolt-on Camber Plate* for use with the Stance USA coilovers. Our camber plates allow the maximum possible adjustment range in an S30 strut tower! Included templates for drilling and cutting strut towers Drilling template uses stock top hat holes for proper alignment every time Cutting template assures you remove only what's needed to install camber plate Our stainless steel top plate (vanity plate) gives every installation a professional look Please note - this coilover kit requires: - cutting your stock strut tubes - welding the threaded adapters to your stock suspension - the bolt-on camber plates require cutting some material from your strut tower $1595 + shipping with camber plates $1295 + shipping without camber plates (modification must be done to stock top hat) * The camber plate is bolt-on but still requires some cutting of the strut towers to allow for installation of the camber plate and movement of the pillow ball for camber adjustment. ** Our primary focus is to give you a high-quality upgrade with full adjustability to give you maximum suspension performance for your dollar. But if your primary focus is low - you got it...
Howdy- My 240Z racecar came with adjustable camber plates on all 4 strut towers. The front wheels are splayed all the way out (max negative camber) as the car has not been finished and final adjustments made. It came shipped this way. It is hard to steer and move so I want to decrease the camber a bit to make it mobile and then adjust next for the track. With the wheels off the ground, I loosened up the 3 bolts on the front struts and thought I would be able to move the struts easily to decrease the negative camber. But they don't move at all. Before I start hammering on this here and there, does the strut top bolt need to be loosened as well? Has a set of coilovers underneath. Or is there something else I should be doing to get them to move freely? I don't want to damage anything trying to get these to move, so any advice is appreciated. Thx