On this particular chassis car, the cars came with 3 different strut top patterns. Please look at the diagram above, measure the strut top on your car, and choose your camber plate design accordingly.
The bearings on these are inserted into the aluminum blocks with what is called an "interference fit". What that means is that the holes that the bearings go into are actually a hair smaller than the bearing going into them. What we do is freeze the bearings and heat up the aluminum blocks to 200 degrees. This makes the bearings shrink a bit and the blocks expand a bit, and then they slip right in!
Once the temperature equalizes on both, those bearings are IN THERE! They will not move around or cause you any "clunking" noises. They are also held in by a keeper ring, to ensure they don't pull out of the bottom of the blocks.
If you are running our T3 coilovers, you'll want to check out our Full Upper Hat System for 2.5" coilovers for use with our T3 camber plates!