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hello fellow Mercedes lovers, I have a 2007 CLK550 that is lowered. it"s eating the inner walls of my tires due to the camber being off. my tire station told me they cant adjust it? Les schwab said it would need a camber kit to keep it lowered and fix the issue? they don't offer one or have any advice on where to find one?? I cant find a kit online anywhere that talks about lowered Mercedes. anyone have any advice to help me fix this?? I want to keep it lowered but will have to go back to its stock suspension if I cant find any suggestions. thank you in advance for any help! :)
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I had a clk63 which I lowered. You need to find a good frontend specialist that's capable of making a kit for you, that's what I had to do.
 

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Yes that is correct OEM there is no Front or Rear Camber to adjust tire contact angles!
Only Toe directional adjustment.

We saw the need to re-instate from the early 90’s front Camber and Caster , rear Camber
(and extra Toe) adjustment facility.

The K-MAC unique patented design is precise single wrench adjustable accurately
under load direct on alignment rack.

Fixing it right the 1st time resolving costly premature edge tire wear improving traction.
Correctly resolving steering pull.

Result of other than showroom height conditions. Day to day commuting encountering high cambered roads, fitting wide profile tires / wheels, altered height through lowering or load carrying, providing ongoing adjustment capability for curb knock damage.

Adjuster kits at same time replace the 4 front and 4 rear highest wearing suspension bushes.
Come with easy to follow instructions and extraction / insertion tubes.

K-MAC has the experience of manufacturing front and rear adjuster kits longer than any other
company. Audi to Volvo including front and rear to suit virtually every model Mercedes including AMG, SUV’s and Commercials 1968 to 2019.
 
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