Nissan 350Z and Infinity G35 Rear Camber Links allow for an increased range of rear camber adjustment, necessary for lowered cars or for performance alignments.
SPL Parts Camber Arms are constructed with 1.25" 4130 Chromoly tubing, slipped over a CNC machined angled steel sleeve, then professionally tig welded. The angled sleeve prevents the links from hitting the sway bar under suspension travel, while allowing us to use hollow tubing to keep the link incredibly strong yet lightweight. Our exclusive 4130 Chromoly Double Adjuster offers quick and precise adjustment, and is CNC gun drilled to reduce weight. Blue Anodized Titanium hardware shaves even more unsprung weight from the arms, without compromising strength.
3 piece FK Bearings Rod Ends manufactured in Connecticut feature a Teflon liner to provide quiet operation, low friction, smooth articulation, and eliminates bushing deflection under load. The PTFE liner is chemically bonded to the inner diameter of the race. The liner offers a very high load carrying capacity and has greatly increased dynamic wear characteristics. The operating temperatures of the liner ranges from -65º to 325ºF, offering robust reliability for both street and track use.
Pair with our SPL TITANIUM Rear Toe (#SPL RTA Z33) or Rear Mid Links (#SPL RML Z33) and our SPL Eccentric Lockout (#SPL EL Z33) kit for total rear camber and toe alignment with "zero-slip".
Adjustment spec: Camber adjustment range is +/- 10deg from stock arm.
Sold as a pair.
Made in the USA.
2003-2008 Nissan 350Z (Z33)
2003-2006 Infiniti G35 Sedan (V35)
2003-2007 Infiniti G35 Coupe (V35)
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Posted by T on 23rd Aug 2019
I purchased and installed the Rear Camber Links less than a month ago so I can not rate the product for long-term durability. However, in my opinion the quality appears to be top of the line and found these arms to be perfect for getting the alignment of my Infiniti G35 coupe back into spec after lowering 1.5 inches. I think there is enough camber adjustment even if my car was lowered 2-3 inches. I also love the rod ends as opposed to bushing style because you can torque the rod end style down tight and the movement is still free, where as if you do this to a bushing style camber arm you are essentially squeezing the bushing and prematurely wearing the bushing out. I also love these SPL arms because they're quiet (probably due to the Teflon Liner), which had been an issue with rod ends I've had in the past. Bottom line - pricey, but worth it, because in this case you get what you pay for.
All prices are in USD