Yes I am
The only way to adjust the ones I HAD, was to take the ball joint from inside the shock absorber arm, turn it a couple of times, then put it back in , and then measure it again
A real pain in the back side for the one who is doing your wheel alignment, if you know what I mean !
In any case, that is history by now. I installed the adjustable ones yesterday.
While I was at it, I thought it would be wise to change the right side cv boot which was cracked.
Turns out I put myself into a LOT of trouble
When I was finishing the car a few months ago ( with the engine rebuilt and body soundproofing etc ) I also changed everything that needed changing, EXCEPT the right side, outter cv boot !
There was a good reason for that as well... I couldnt take off the centre hub bolt at the time, so I figured I could do that when everything else was done.
This time I used a really heavy duty air gun, the one George uses to take wheels off trucks
The bolt came off.... barely, destroying all threads in its way
Then ,to top things up, the wheel axle was stuck in the hub !
Had to take the whole hub out, complete with axle , and take it to the machine shop so they could put it on the high pressure bench and take the axle out of the hub !
Had the threads fixed as well.
Changed the bloody cv boot at last and re-fitted everything back on the car.
George's dad spent half a day today aligning my wheels and steering.
Tow in/out is now perfect - camber is as good as it gets as well
So , I'm happy in the end , and the car's slight oversteering has now dissapeared