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    Is there anything like this available?? Lowered the girlfriends car on thursday and the rear wheels have cambered slightly more than usual

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    the rear camber can be adjusted slightly as the bolts are cammed.. but not sure if theres enough to bring it full to spec.. also need to be done where they have equip to check.. I'd leave it as is

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    thanks mate, just wanted to make sure

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    I would highly recommend 4 wheel alignment after lowering. Camber on the rears will more than likely need adjusting as they are renowned for wearing the inner edge prematurely if not set coorectly. I would advise it being set as near vertical to spec on the rears as it will help to tyres.

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    there isnt very much adjustment though

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    Just to update this...

    Hapsdoggen from VXROnline.co.uk bought a rear camber kit from Australia...

    http://www.k-mac.com.au/

    I'm looking into this at the moment for my coilover kit

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