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Old 03-16-2004, 06:47 PM   #1
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Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Victoria
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Toe-in adjustment in rear wheels...

A recent accident bent my rear subframe (when someone drove into my quarter panel / rim) and when the alignment shop was trying to align it, they decided since it was lowered there was too much camber... so the guy said he notched out something in the subframe and filled something else in, so that toe-in could be adjusted in the rear, and camber would be reduced a bit closer to stock.
I don't entirely know what he did exactly because I haven't had a chance to get down there and drill him about it yet seeing as how he still has my car, but I think (read:hope) it ended up being a good thing.
On the bright side, they got me brand spankin new subframe bushings so that can't hurt (I wasn't looking foreward to changing those).
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