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    Default Rear camber

    Can this be adjusted? ive noticed my rear wheels sit in slightly since lowering.

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    Not sure how much but it can be slightly yes as got mine done other day

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    nothing better than a bit of negative camber

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    did you not have the car tracked up after fitting the lowering kit?
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    there isnt much adjustment in the rear arms, i have seen bushens for the boomerang arm for the job, regal sell them

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    Take it to a 4 wheel alignment place.

    There is loads of adjustment for the rear.

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    Had mine done a couple of weeks ago, as it was scrubbing the inner edges of the rear tyres. Car drives so much better and smoother now

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