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Old 05 Oct 2010, 12:45 pm
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Question simple camber/caster question?

Ok, I have an 06 n/a touring, and 2 years ago I put on BTG lowering springs (H&R), 1.4" front/1.3" rear. After 2 years I am starting to see extreme wear to the inside edge of all 4 tires, especially the front. I bought the camber bolts online somewhere a couple of years ago, just never put them on.
I havent messed with alignments on a PT or anything else for a few years, would this be too much negative camber? These bolts have a little attachment to place the strut angle towards one side or the other. Will these actually work? How do I correct the camber (?) at the rear?

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Old 05 Oct 2010, 05:49 pm
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Default Re: simple camber/caster question?

Take the parts that you have and take it to an alignment shop. It takes very specific equipment to do this 4 wheel alignment correctly.

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