Subaru camber bolts have notches for setting the camber, so by using those notches you can set your camber bolts back to the proper setting so that you might not have to get another alignment. This is useful when performing a maintenance such as rebuilding the wheel hub bearing or installing new axles where the likelihood of the suspension geometry would be unaffected by the installation of the new parts.

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  1. I can’t find any contact info on your webpage. I’m currently ass deep in a ’97 legacy gt wagon 5mt. I need a new engine, trans, and dif. I also need a little guidance. She’s rusty but I’m not going to give up on this car. Get back to me.

    Thanks, Brandon

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