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  • 08-03-2013, 06:49 AM
    Circs
    Quote Originally Posted by MDT View Post
    I have had white line camber bolts in the past and I think they were made from peanut butter, they never held specs well,I was re-aligning it after each race event. I'm sure you get more camber from after market ones but I would explore other brands, or get factory ones like I did but I only get -1.5 from the factory camber Bolts. its possible to use jack stands and throw them in yourself, never a bad idea to have alignment checked/done after by a shop.
    Listen to MDT. Wise is he in the ways of fast.
  • 08-02-2013, 02:31 PM
    xxxxxxxMDT
    I have had white line camber bolts in the past and I think they were made from peanut butter, they never held specs well,I was re-aligning it after each race event. I'm sure you get more camber from after market ones but I would explore other brands, or get factory ones like I did but I only get -1.5 from the factory camber Bolts. its possible to use jack stands and throw them in yourself, never a bad idea to have alignment checked/done after by a shop.
  • 07-30-2013, 09:56 AM
    robarbitelle

    Camber Bolts and front sway bar

    I am about to order new camber bolts from Whiteline to adjust the front camber on my 2013 Scion. Has anyone done this before? Do I need to pay someone to do this? It looks simple to me but I don't want to miss something. I'm trying to get -2 degrees out of the front wheels.

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