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Old 10-21-2011, 02:32 AM   #16
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i reckon u go to kedai Tayar Hong Leong (Jalan Ipoh)

Near petronas jalan ipoh (across of tmn kok lian hawker food stall)
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Hi bros, good day to you all..
Need help over here, any recomended tyre shop to press my camber within
Klang valley. Thanks.
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Hi bros, good day to you all..
Need help over here, any recomended tyre shop to press my camber within
Klang valley. Thanks.
Nowadays no one does camber press already. They normal add the camber screw to adjust your camber nowadays.......
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Nowadays no one does camber press already. They normal add the camber screw to adjust your camber nowadays.......
for perdana need to press or pump camber, but I suggest to press as pumping might break the camber.
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for perdana need to press or pump camber, but I suggest to press as pumping might break the camber.
perdana didnt this kind of upper arm??

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for perdana need to press or pump camber, but I suggest to press as pumping might break the camber.
Perdana not MacPherson strut in front?

Press means take out and use hydraulic press, right? Some use easy method tie chain and pump, can kill the wheel bearing....
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