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So I put the rear camber kit (funkycheese's kit). and I must say that it was vary ez to put in, and work perfece. Vary happy. rear camber is -.9 deg, and -.1 deg front. I have the st springs and front camber plates. WOW the car is like a new car. only took me 2.5 hrs from start to finsh. I will post pics, didn't take pics of how i did it. but car looks good, all four tires setting flat on the ground. so happy..
 

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A camber kit is a type of shock absorber used on cars that have been modified. The kit is useful to straighten out the wheels that become arched inward or outward when the body of the car is altered or when larger wheels are used. A camber kit helps align the tires when rims are replaced or damaged. A camber kit allows the tires to meet the road evenly, wear properly and provide a smoother ride.Once you have the rear camber arm removed you can begin removing the rear toe arms. The toe arm bolts go through the chassis and connect to a threaded nut already installed on the backside of the chassis.
 

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A camber kit is a type of shock absorber used on cars that have been modified. The kit is useful to straighten out the wheels that become arched inward or outward when the body of the car is altered or when larger wheels are used. A camber kit helps align the tires when rims are replaced or damaged. A camber kit allows the tires to meet the road evenly, wear properly and provide a smoother ride.Once you have the rear camber arm removed you can begin removing the rear toe arms. The toe arm bolts go through the chassis and connect to a threaded nut already installed on the backside of the chassis.
There are so many things incorrect about this.
 
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