If it was an early TS upper wishbone then surely only one side would be out?
One side is about a whole 1° out than the other, I'm thinking thats where the TS arm went, and yes I think it was an S reg so about a 98' model.
Now the wishbones are "handed" but presumably the only difference is the mounting postion of the outer ball joint. The wishbone part is symmetrical?
I'm pretty certain they are CrispDust, unless I'm told different, the only difference is the ARB bracket and the fact when they came from the spares bin, they all already had the ball joints fitted.
Measure the ride height, centre of the wheel to the upper most part of the wheel arch.
Approx 37cms is std, any less & it's lowered itself over time/miles.
Cheers Clive, just had a look, mine sits at 36 1/2cm on both sides so its definately sagged a bit, but then I thought as much. Shocks and springs all round is the next upgrade, but not before I do the cambelt.
If I lift up the car by the rear arches, which would in a real world senario be it sitting on firmer springs and shocks, the camber is surely not going to drastically change is it? It didn't look like it, but then I don't have laser alignment eyesight
I can't help but think that the whole reason its as bad as it is is because I've powerflexed the springpans (originally rosejointed). I don't think powerflexing the swingarm or upper wishbone would have made any difference.