ARIZONAZCAR.COM  Camber Plate Installation
                    The same procedure applies for both the front and rear
 
        Camber plates are normally used with our coil-over shock conversion

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  Here is a typical Z car shock tower.

  Unbolt and remove the front strut assembly and the fender.

  Lay the camber plate on top of the shock tower and trace a line around it

Cut out the top of the shock tower AT LEAST ¼ INCH TO THE INSIDE OF THE LINE THAT YOU TRACED. (you will need a border for the camber plate to sit on)  You can always take more material off, it's hard to put it back on.
You can use a die grinder, plasma cutter, jigsaw etc.

  Note the shape of the cutout

Here we're cleaning up the edge of the opening.

You will need to bend one corner of the camber plate to make it conform to the top of the shock tower.

Align the camber plate slots 90 degrees to the center line of the car THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT, DO NOT USE THE FENDER LIP TO ALIGN THE CAMBER PLATE, IT'S ON AN ANGLE . We're using a long piece of aluminum as a straight edge to make sure both sides will be in exact alignment.

(Never mind the Toyota motor)

Make sure the aluminum part of the camber plate will slide smoothly under the top slotted plate.

  Clamp the camber plate into position and tack weld it in place.

This is what it looks like fully welded.

If you take the time to metal finish the weld it can come out looking like it came from the factory this way.

Here's a typical install nicely done on Clifton Raglandís 600HP 240Z.
 

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Thanks to Andy Zimmerle for his skill and help with the install.