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I just installed new aftermarket upper a-arms and now starting to adjust the camber. I have it sitting on new tires on pieces of cardboard under each tire while on a level surface. I jumped on my quad and turned the handlebars a few times to get the suspension to settle. I put my angle finder on the wheels edge and adjusted them till my angle finder read zero degrees, jumping on my quad between each adjustment. I thought I did good but read that I should have adjusted the camber with my weight on the suspension, great, so how the heck do I adjust the camber with my weight on the quad while I'm doing this by myself? How are you guys doing it?
 

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I’ve never adjusted my camber with my weight on the quad, but if you feel that you need to, I would grab 2 or 3 bags of cement mix and place them on the seat while making your adjustments.
 
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