By the way Crispdust, a photo guide would be useful. I hit some problems with mine and I'm still uncertain as to the cause. I rebuilt my rear left suspension as it was knocking badly and the guy previous to me had powerflexed only one of the spherical bearings on the spring pan (I thought I was tight!)
Anyway, my rear camber after the rebuild was something like 4.5mm (It was ridiculous and quickly killed my tyre) So I had a look at it this weekend and rebuilt it using the original top wishbone with a new balljoint (I had purchased some 1997 2.0 TS Wishbones from Ebay so I could refurb them and prevent the car being off the road for too long) And hey presto perfect again.
So what was the cause? Either the early 2.0 top wishbones are slightly shorter, or maybe it was because this time I tightened everything up with the suspension fully loaded. Personally I reckon it was the former, as I cant see how tightening it up under load would have had such an affect. I'd be interested to hear your thoughts Crispdust as I get the impression you know what you're talking about with suspension!
EDIT: Just checked Eper, it shows different part numbers between the early TS and V6 for the upper arms (I mistakenly thought they were identical - One to watch out for in the future I think)
Last edited by benje; 20-02-11 at 21:51.