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Old 01-24-2017, 10:11 AM
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help me pick the right camber kit

from what ive seen online to order the camber kits for the rear dont look like they will give me much neg camber, does anybody know a good kit to get to get a decent amount of negative camber. not going stupid crazy im just barely off from makeing my 18x9.5 +22 fit and need a few degrees to get it on point. any advice would helpful thank!
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any experience with them? how much camber can be gotten from them?
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Not personally but many people have
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okay ive searched that already but those are for the 3rd gen tls and the have multiple camber arms on those cars from what i can read, ours only shows one on different searches online. need some concert advice/experience on the subject to be sure im getting what i need. i dont want to spend 150 on a part that will ultimately be deemed useless if i cant get the appropriate camber i desire lol
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Many people run the Ingalls rear camber kit. SPC, Hardrace are other brands I can think of.

Here's one of our vendors site with specs. -1.5 - +3 degrees camber.
https://store.excelerateperformance....0/i-60219.aspx
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Many people run the Ingalls rear camber kit. SPC, Hardrace are other brands I can think of.

Here's one of our vendors site with specs. -1.5 - +3 degrees camber.
https://store.excelerateperformance....0/i-60219.aspx
in that link it says that it replaces the lower arm but that one is used for toe adjustment not camber, camber should be on top of the knuckle.
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i have the ingalls kit sitting at home. It adjusts camber.
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toe is adjustable from stock..
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i have the ingalls kit sitting at home. It adjusts camber.
if its whats pictured in the link it cant adjust camber that much, maybe half a degree. the lower arm that would be replaced in that kit is a adjustment for toe, it pushes and pulls the back lower side out/in for toe alignment. it cant physically adjust camber lol the camber adjustment has to be on top of the knuckle not the bottom on these cars
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I'm not sure what to tell you, the kit pictured has been used for a long time to adjust camber on these cars.

Heel Toe created this install thread: https://www.heeltoeauto.com/tech-articles/ingalls-38725-38720-rear-camber-kit-install-tips.html

what about these: https://www.heeltoeauto.com/spc-adju...090-67095.html

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