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So I got my alignment today and I was helping him do it. We adjusted the C/C plates as much as we can and we couldnt get the right camber.
Driver side is set at -1.2* and passenger is at -1.8*. Driver side is on borderline spec(-1.3* is where the green area starts). Passenger is obvious out of spec, even after fully adjusting the C/C plates.
So what he said to do was take the top and bottom plate off, lengthen the stock camber slots(only like 1/16-1/4") and then install the plates and adjust.
I put the backing plates in an acid solution to remove the rust, so Im basically done while those soak and the LCA bolts soak in weasel ****. Tweaking my exhaust a bit since it hit the axle on certain bumps before.
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