i dont know, but i think i have to disagree with all inputs regarding using the camber adjustment kit to correct the bad alignment. (sorry, no insult)..
basically the mechanical assembly of the struts and lower arm are all related.
i am very much against using of the camber nut (as what they call it in Malaysia) or camber adjustment kit...UNLESS, your car chasis has moved/ twisted/ deformed sooooo much that you can see you car tires sit like a "drift" car..
well, starts with checking the subframe. there are 4 main bolts securing the subframe to the chasis. each side of the subframe has 2 mounting area to secure the lower arm's bushings. It make sense if the subframe is off to the left, you would have negative camber on left tire and positive camber on the right. because the lower arm is mounted to the subframe, and the spindle or knuckle, sits on the lowerarm, lastly, the strut absorber sits on the spindle. check this first.
if you satisfy that the subframe sits where it should be seated and the bolts are all at the center of the subframe mounting bushings, go to the next one.
the struts are mounted to the spindle by 2 big bolts (M12 size). the lower bolt is fixed, but the top one actually you can move by max 3degrees..that means you can tilt you strut up to 3degrees inside/ outside...
next, at the top, where there are holes where the mounting should be mounted. see properly and you will notice that the hole is actually bigger than the studbolt size. to adjust it, check the alignment value for "camber" first, loosen the nuts that secure this mounting to the chasis.
then with your own judgment, slot prybar between the chasis and the mounting, move it accordingly. once you got the position, tighten the nuts and check again.
you can get another 3degree on it.
so intotal you can get max of 6degrees adjustment. try it first!
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