Steeda Caster Camber Plates

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  1. cracula69

    cracula69 Founding Member

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    Those w/ Steeda's Caster Camber plates that have the spherical bearing installed: Do you notice that they are incredibly loud when you hit a bump? ie: noise is translated directly thru the spring/strut to the strut tower (spherical bearing).

    I'm planning on dumping mine for P-S-T's C/C plates. They have polygraphite (self-lubricating) bushings that are pretty stiff but have SOME give.

    Dave
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  2. Twisted01GT

    Twisted01GT New Member

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    Sounds like your bearing is bad or the strut is not tight. I have had them for several years and had a problem with a bad bearing but once it was replaced there was no noise and it works great.
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  3. cracula69

    cracula69 Founding Member

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    anyone else?
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  4. tangerine

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    Yeah I would check that top nut on the strut tower because the first tim I put mine on they wasn't tight and it made a popping noise. Mine doesn't make any noise. And if the caster camber plates give then your suspension parts are going to give too.
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    the new adjustable steeda CC plates look intersting. I'll probably end up getting a pair of Pro3I plates though.
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