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My car is super un aligned. I have about -3 camber on my front right & about none for the front left, I need help finding a good camber kit if anybody knows of any as I don't know & don't wanna cheap out on them


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(I can't adjust it any way stock because the bushings are basically gonna break and I rather get new ones)

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The only thing you can do while retaining the stock struts is to buy 'crash bolts', which are cammed/eccentric strut to hub bolts. https://www.monkeywrenchracing.com/p...-f-mr2-s-rear/

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The only thing you can do while retaining the stock struts is to buy 'crash bolts', which are cammed/eccentric strut to hub bolts. https://www.monkeywrenchracing.com/p...-f-mr2-s-rear/
I'm switching over to coils finally! Any you recommend as I can't tell what's cheap and also can't find a reliable site for our cars

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My BC Racing coilovers have treated me well. I have the DR series, which performs better for racing, but the general build is the same as their cheaper BR series as far as I know. No issues with them for the past year, so I'd recommend them as of now.

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Awesome we'll see what I can do, I just Need to find camber arms so I can adjust because this uneven camber is whacky and I may as well upgrade

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You can adjust camber through the BC Racing coilovers.

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You can adjust camber through the BC Racing coilovers.
Sounds like a deal

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Only front though. For the rear, there are cam bolts that come on your car that allow you to adjust the upper control arm for camber control. You have about + - 1.5 degrees of adjustment.

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Only front though. For the rear, there are cam bolts that come on your car that allow you to adjust the upper control arm for camber control. You have about + - 1.5 degrees of adjustment.
That's perfect my fronts are the ones that are messed up & need aligning anyway

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