<HTML><FONT FACE=arial,helvetica><FONT SIZE=2>Guys,
<BR>Here are the clip-copy Igor references sent me prior to my camber plate mod job, almost done, will be finished when alignment done, so far so good.
<BR>Igor's done a good thing here to document the camber plate modification.
<BR>Once you <U>READ</U> Igor's write-up, ensure the accuracy of <U>your</U> print/plot of the diagrams, <U>verify</U> the dimensions before using as a template and drilling holes.
<BR>Otherwise, you can carefully trace the existing holes, locate the centers, and create your own template by retracing the holes by moving the plate the 4 mm in the correct direction.
<BR>You essentially are moving the outer studs 4 mm relative to the inner studs/center big hole (where shock comes through the plate). I used the big center hole for the offset reference with the 180 rotation, similar to Igor's drawing.
<BR>I used 11/32" and 13/32" drills for the two hole sizes. Studs went in fine with a hydraulic press (brother-in-law mechanics are good to have!).
<BR>BTW, on my 200 20v, I had to do a little grinding (super dremel / die grinder) to flatten the two piece construction, don't know required on S-cars. Anyhow, I wanted to ensure the studs were perpendicular to the plate when pressed in. Check the under side of the plate for flatness where the stud holes will be drilled.
<BR>Good luck with your project.
<BR>It helps to use a drill press and visit your "best friend" with a press.
<BR>Otherwise rock and roll with your drill and BF hammer!
<BR>Gary in Seattle...