pillow ball mounts / camber plates

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pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby Alxsmt » Mon Dec 16, 2013 2:40 am

I'm done destroying the outside of my tires.. Ive killed 2 sets of tires from the stock mounts moving.. causing positive camber when I'm running negative.. bearing is from a techno toy tuning setup (they modified it to accept the koni yellow cav inserts, im sure it would work with stock but why bother). Then I had plates machined so I could bolt em on with out cutting or drilling

I paid $180 (if I remember correctly) for the techno toy tuning setup, it comes with a plate that could be modified to work if you really want to.

the plates I had made at a local machine shop ran me $200 a set.

end of the day, $400ish for good mounts is a fair price in the racing world. techno toy tuning is a GREAT company to deal with, hear nothing but good things about there pillow ball setups and there bearings are replaceable.


there was some interest on the fb page about getting some made, I was told $175 for a pair. I work a LOT making it a huge pain in the ass for me to really do anything... so if anybody wants a set of the plates I will do it for $200 plus shipping. Its your job to contact techno toy about the rest, I can get a part number. They also set me up with coilover sleeves. A LOT of research went into these before I ended up going the route I did. You could even do the same thing I did and go to a local machine shop.

I figure not many people will want to drop that kind of money on a set or really even have the need, but here they are.

if you want a set, make a list of names. cut off is on 1/17/14, then I will get em ordered if anybody goes through with it.
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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby heavywoody » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:54 am

I'd be down for part numbers and a set of those plates, as I mentioned on FB. Kurt would also be in for the same info.


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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby 3X00-Modified » Mon Dec 16, 2013 8:58 am

Not too shabby!



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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby ErichZ26 » Mon Dec 16, 2013 12:15 pm

I want these. These should also fit to 2005 J bodies.


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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby Alxsmt » Mon Dec 16, 2013 10:04 pm

ok, well here is the part number. well the only one I see. TTT-CP-105S, just gotta contact them about it. Im sure they remember the project. If not I have measurements.

ill see if anybody else chimes in, if not I can start to get the ball rolling at the machine shop whenever you guys are ready. payments gotta be made first tho.. been screwed over too many times..

I dont know how these would work for the 05 cav, dont they have a different bolt pattern? 86-94? should be the same part


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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby Alxsmt » Thu Dec 19, 2013 10:58 pm

random thought, Im using a 2.5" spring perch with these, Im not sure about the stock spring perch.. ill test it mid next week with eibachs and post back


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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby Alxsmt » Sat Dec 28, 2013 10:35 pm

ok, these will not work with a stock spring perch. you may be able to get a universal one for the right size coil.


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Re: pillow ball mounts / camber plates

Postby wicked-irocz » Tue Mar 11, 2014 1:40 pm

Looks like you did a good job and I applaud your effort.


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