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#1 (permalink) Old 12-06-2004, 07:39 PM
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well looking at my car after it was slammed to the ground inotice that my rear camber is stlighty off... enough to make me go get it fixed so i dont wear through tires really really fast! anyways what should i do for the rear... should i buy a camber kit from like tms and install myself and be able to adjust (not really looking for that...) or should/can les schwab or some place like that just realign my rear tires and get the camber back to normal? what are my options?

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Yeah there's adjustment in the rear camber. Maybe 1~2 degrees worth.

Camber plates might be worth it but it's your call.

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well my cambers off about a degree or so, i was thinking of going lower which will cause more negative camber. in that event, i will probably look to get a camber kit, so i dont have to pay for tires every summer.

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If you get a camber kit get the most expensive one you can find (with in reason). Seriously. They arr a pain to install with all hardware and with cheaper kits you might not get everything you need to make it less of a headache.
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but the taking it to les schwab works also right>

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