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Old 12-16-2013, 12:52 PM   #15
camaro1350
 
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You should get the aftermarket rear chamber and tow adjustment bolts. The stock ones will not give you enough positive chamber when you lower it and have the wheels aligned. They are not expensive and there are 4 total. The fronts are good stock, they have enough adjustment. Be aware, driver side tow adjustment bolt you will not get out because of the fuel tank. I had to cut it off and reversed the bolt with the new one. Just to let you now. Not sure it was just my car they did that or what but just in case.
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