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I am going to try a science experiment, swapping my ST knuckles for the knuckles out of an RS, for possibly more negative camber (claimed -0.8 more)

Is a new hub required?
How about the bearing circlip? (I'll buy a new bearing of course)
Probably an axle nut will need to be sourced as well I bet.

I'm hoping that I can take my -1.3 deg of camber to around -2.0 or so with just the RS knuckle, new bearing, and re-use my existing hub.
I do not have coilovers to use a camber plate, I am on bilstein B8's and KW lowering springs. This seems like a pretty affordable alternative.


 

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I believe I got my answer, yes a new hub is needed, axle nut and most likely circlip.

-2.0deg camber sans camber plate or any type of coilover, here i come.
 

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I believe I got my answer, yes a new hub is needed, axle nut and most likely circlip.

-2.0deg camber sans camber plate or any type of coilover, here i come.
Im interested in your results. I like OEM upgrades.
 
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