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Best (cheapest) way to fix rear camber #251364 Aug 16, 5:04pm Aug 16, 5:04pm
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Best (cheapest) way to fix rear camber
I have 17" rims and my camber is slightly off...i was wondering what camber kits ya'll have gotten or have heard good things about cuase i hate the look of a wheel with improper camber, even tho mine is very slight. Thanks.


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Re: Best (cheapest) way to fix rear camber [Re: tWiSteD] #251365 Aug 16, 5:30pm Aug 16, 5:30pm
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they should be able to adjust it a bit with the stock camber links...

Re: Best (cheapest) way to fix rear camber [Re: spaztikid] #251366 Aug 16, 5:45pm Aug 16, 5:45pm
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alignment maybe?


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Re: Best (cheapest) way to fix rear camber [Re: Jtultra] #251367 Aug 16, 5:55pm Aug 16, 5:55pm
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Hotchkis rear camber links and you are set to go thumbsup


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Re: Best (cheapest) way to fix rear camber [Re: Tru_gts] #251368 Aug 16, 6:28pm Aug 16, 6:28pm
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Your stock links should be fine for a stock alignment. Go with around a -1.2 degree to -1.5 in the back which should be alright with the stock links. That's only saying if you can get up to -2 degrees for the front camber, which I'm sure your not able to without crash bolts. If your stock links don't suffice for a regular alignment go with Hotchkis for they will do the job and I think, but not sure, that Whiteline has a kit out there somewhere for a little cheaper.

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