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superderk
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superderk Jul 10, 6:57pm - #220800 

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camber question

for those that have used a camber kit for their rear...what brand did you use and how much etc...

im going to need one for my sportline/agx setup. but i have no idea how to go about the camber issue.

any help is appreciated.

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spaztikid Jul 10, 6:57pm - #220801 
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superderk Jul 10, 10:55pm - #220802 

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anyone else have anymore information???

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superderk Jul 11, 9:27pm - #220803 

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anyone?

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rem Jul 12, 12:42am - #220804 
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you got ur sportlines already?
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superderk Jul 12, 2:16am - #220805 

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nope...but theyre on order. i got the kyb's though. but the sportlines were on a 2 week backorder supposedly...no big hurry though.

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Psquared Jul 12, 2:18am - #220806 
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hotchkis. Does anybody else make camber links for our cars? I don't think so. Anyhow, Get the hotchkis links, they are top quality, poly bushings, with grease fittings and the whole 9 yards. Well worth the $$$
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Vital Jul 12, 10:55pm - #220807 

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Correct me if I'm wrong anybody, but isn't Celica cambe OE adjustable for rear toe?
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hephaestus Jul 13, 2:10am - #220808 
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I have Hotchkis also and having slight issues with them. The cold, sand, and salt of the NJ winters have rusted them beyond belief. They are great granted, but they need a yearly maintenance if you drive in these winter conditions along with a good dose of lube regardless. Maybe I just have an earlier version, but that's how it is.
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