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Old 01-30-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
thefrog1394
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Alignment guru's needed

Ok guys, what do you think of these alignment specs? Is the cross camber in the front and rear anything to worry about? How about the difference in rear toe? (Shop claimed they didn't know how to adjust rear toe ugh) do you think it's worth going somewhere else to have that fixed?

Also how important would you guys say having equal rear camber is? Like should I bump the one rear side down to equal them out or is it irrelevant and I should just increase rear camber as high as each side will go?

PS car is an e46 sedan with stock sports springs and bilstein sport dampers. 18" wheels with 235/40's. This is a daily driver with a lot of highway miles so decent tracking and tire wear are important in addition pure performance.

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