Laffy":3p9f3fw5 said:Thanks for all the input, according to your pics Roreri the difference is much more then I thought. My hope was that the upper hole was more outwards than the lower. I must add that my car is a ST185 CS, but because of longer rear traveling arms, the car suffers from too much negative camber. Of cours I could buy top camber plates, or crashbolts, but that would not be able to compensate for all my current camber. If anyone has ST205 struts, and has possibility to measure I would be very thankfull
underscore":3i9zdhrc said:I don't have measurements, but the ST205 struts should have the holes set up differently from the 185. An ST205 rear strut bar fits a 185, so we know the top ends are the same distance apart. But ST205 rear CVs and arms are approx 1" longer per side.
If you just want to adjust the rear camber more, you can enlarge one of the holes slightly. If you skim through the early episodes of Project Binky on YouTube you can see how much they had to adjust the hole to correct camber. iirc it wasn't very much.
CTechBlueDragon":3qusslf7 said:I will try to dig them out I am going through my storages right now should be able to find them in the next week or so.
Laffy":tr82c0at said:My setup is st205 arms, st205 axles, and St185 stock suspension. I also have some Tein coilovers in bad condition, so will try to make some custom coilovers based on the tein shell. Since my plates has been off my car for some years I need to get a MOT, and for that i need some temporary suspension which make my camber less obvious.
The measurement on St185 Vs st205 cannot be the same, because then the geometry would be the same.