Two Orange Ants, Climbed A Hill, so yes SOH!
will dig out my log and angles book from school (pre calc days.....)
Actually if you think about it its a radius/triangle geometry. The hub rotates around the fixed point of the lower bolt in a lateral direction, so lower bolt to top ball joint is the radius we can measure, at such a small change the circumference of the arc is effectively the same as the small distance you move the wishbone out by widening holes, so work out the angle change you need then as a fraction of 360 x your circumference - I think. This means you need to know how much your original camber is before the adjustment.
Thinking harder, a lowered setup will also change the toe in because the tie rod does not move in parallel/same arc as the hub if it did there would be no passive steer as the suspension loads up in a corner
Last edited by CrispDust; 05-03-11 at 22:23.