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Old 02-10-2019, 02:23 PM
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Default Help with Mode camber plate install (RS clone top mounts with PSS10s)

I picked up a nice pair of used mode camber plates on deal a while back.

Can't find any install instructions anywhere...

I have PSS10s. Does any one know what other parts I need to install these?

I saw the other thread about tosi nuts and other related hardware here:

https://rennlist.com/forums/993-foru...l#post15628522

Are these relevant for the mode camber plates?


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They look a lot like the Rennline ones. Shouldn't need the Tosi nut http://www.rennline.com/Rennline-Fro...fo/SB67.69.74/
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Originally Posted by samurai_k View Post
I picked up a nice pair of used mode camber plates on deal a while back.

Can't find any install instructions anywhere...

I have PSS10s. Does any one know what other parts I need to install these?

I saw the other thread about tosi nuts and other related hardware here:

https://rennlist.com/forums/993-foru...l#post15628522

Are these relevant for the mode camber plates?


Thanks
I don't see the bushes or the nut that secures the whole thing, the bushes locate the shock rod in the bearing( 2 sets for 2 different rod sizes come w/ the camber plate), the bearing locates the bushes in the camber plate, the nut on top secures the whole thing










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Old 02-10-2019, 06:34 PM
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Thanks guys. Mine came with some bushings... the ID of these bushings is the same OD of the upper threads of my PSS10s.




In terms of seals, I assume these mode ones can't use the OE RS seals like the OE camber plates and the Rennline ones?



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Thanks guys. Mine came with some bushings... the ID of these bushings is the same OD of the upper threads of my PSS10s.
If you know the proper thru clearance, any decent machine shop should be able to bore or ream the bushings for proper fitment. (+/- .0005")
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