Camber on 2002 Spider 2.0 TS Lusso
I've seen this issue kicked around a bit in these forums and have read all of them, but wanted to check my conclusion.
I had all the suspension done on my Spider (new bushes all round etc) and then a four wheel alignment done. The print-out I have from the garage shows that they didn't adjust the camber of the front and rear wheels. According to the tolerances on the print-out, three out of the four wheels are out of alignment. The near-side rear is particularly bad and is very visibly leaning. The figures are as follows:
Left front: -1d02' (tolerance = -0d19' to -0d59')
Right front: -0d49' (tolerance as above)
Left rear: -2d31' (tolerance = -0d45' to -1d25')
Right rear: -1d47' (tolerance = -1d25' to -0d45')
I've read on these forums that the camber isn't adjustable (which perhaps explains why they've left it). Other forums suggest it can be adjusted, but it's not official and involves drilling bits of the suspension which sounds quite interesting!
So, my conclusion from all of this is "don't worry about it". Is this right?
Also, why are there tolerances if it isn't supposed to be adjusted? And if it's set at the factory to be correct, and I've just had my suspension re-done, why isn't it within tolerance anyway?
Any thoughts appreciated.