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Free Info: parts are stupid cheap!
YOU WILL NEED:
1:14mm socket with ext.
2: 4- 14 mm bolts 2" long
3:8 - flat washers 1/16- 1/8" thick
4: floor jack
5. a carpenters level
6: 1 hour time
7: 1- jack stand

Instructions:
Loosen lug nuts, take off wheel, support car with the jack stand.......
The trailing arm( your brake is mounted on) has a arm that is running side to side if you would. Opposed to front to rear of the trailing arm. Take off the 2- 14mm bolts with you socket wrench , that connect the body (frame) with the trailing arm. Take your two 14mm bolts thread them into the hole, on the other side of the bolt (between the car and the arm) put 2-3 washers on the bolt, then thread them to the frame. Tighten the bolts fully. Put the wheel on , tighten you lugs (of course) fully. Let the car down and take your carpenters level and hold it to the side of the tire (straight up and down) so that the level is seeing the flat side of the tire or rim face. Level out the side (camber adjust) so the the wheel will see straight up and down level. Add washers or take them away to accomidate the camber. Almost free.When I first bought a camber kit from Ingalls for a customer, I could not belive what they sent me I could no sell this to my customer with a straight face............................TI members oNLY....................................P.sI have a shop in Deland Fl . I have a web site I would like to promote. I have a honda and Integra salvage yard.........15 cars and counting.If you have a need do not hessitate to ask. I will find what you need!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Price matching specialist.
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i did this and all and it worked but my problem was trying to get those bolts back in.....they wouldnt tighten all the way down and the bolts arent going in sideways or anythign they arent stripped eiter....they will go in fine for the first couple of threads then it will start to get hard to turn .....anybody know what the prob is??
 

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my car is now slammed (no fender gap) i used the washer method for the rear camber and the guys at the alignment shop said it worked great.
now i need to roll my fenders in the back.i have to raise the front of my car a little since they ajusted the front camber kit and know i rub like crazy.
 
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