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Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by baphomet666, November 27, 2011.

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  1. baphomet666

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    Thank you very much Mark , tweakedlogic and FIND


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  3. Maniak

    Maniak Moderator-Stock 91-94 Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    The SPC 23194 is the correct Camber/Caster Cam/Sleeve for your Explorer which has a Dana 35 front axle.

    You can rotate it to give you from -2.75 to + 2.75 degrees of change. If you have no idea what size you need I would buy the SPC 23194 as it will give you the most adjustment. I have heard of other Cams/Shims that can get you more but I have not found them. Remember, you get less adjustment when you use the Cam/Shim on a 4x4 compared to a 4x2. The SPC 23194 gives you 3.5 degrees of adjustment on a 2wd and 2.75 on a 4x4.

    At 4:40 on this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=In31H0iBipQ&feature=player_embedded you see them removing and installing a cam/sleeve on an Explorer. I have never needed to use the special tool to pull the cam/sleeve. I have used an air chisel and a pry bar before.

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  4. baphomet666

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    Sorry Mark
    I said ring. I meant rather Camber / Caster Bushing
    The Camber / Caster Bushing of RockAuto it's good please
    Thank you very much


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    Ok Mark i understand i buy the The SPC 23194
    Now I must find the company that can ship to FRANCE
    Finally now I know the part I need.
    and looking at the video it is not complicated to install



    :notworthy Thank you very very much for your help your advice and the explanations
    :dpchug: :chug: ;)

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