The ability to adjust your camber correctly after installing aftermarket suspension components is integral to an effective suspension setup.
Time: 1-3 hours
– Floor jack
– Socket set and ratchet
Raise and support the car on stands and check for stability. Remove the rear wheels.
Pull the old part by removing the 2x bolts that hold it in place. Retain the rear bolt for use later, and make sure to note how it comes out because it must be installed in the same way later. New front bolts should have been supplied with the RUCAs.
After removing the old part, eyeball it and adjust the length of the RUCA accordingly.
Install it in place of the stock arm using the specs provided in the fsm.
After you’re finished it should look something like this:
Remember to have your car re-aligned after suspension upgrades!