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Where can I find the correct bolts I need to adjust the Camber after installing springs?
My installer says he can't get them right now for some reason, and I don't want to rotate every 3Kmi.
Any and all sugesstions are welcome.


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any suggestions?
 

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Eibach is right up the street from me, so I just went and asked a tech directly. They get all their bolts from a company called specialty components. Then SC told me the LONG camber bolts will be out in a couple months. Until then, there is a shorter OEM version that will do the trick.
Now if I could only find those easily.
 

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what about magnum camber bolts?
 

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The dealer just quoted me 38$ PER. THAT SEEMS PRICEY!
 

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anyone? Am I getting reemed at that price?
 

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mvpatriot said:
anyone? Am I getting reemed at that price?
Hey I Im'd you with the facts re my install. the factory bolts from the local Dodge dealer were $50.00 @ here on Long Island. With install of the bolts and a lasar alignment i got hit for $389.00 + tax.Must admit thought the # was rough, but car is really right now.what are you gonna do? you wanna play you got to pay. spit up or shut up!LOL
 

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389$ just for the bolts, install of said bolts and allignment?
OUCH!
I just got back from the dealer and paid 32.99 ea. and the installer who put in my springs will install them for no extra charge.

I paid:
249.99 =springs
32.99=bolts
install=100
allingment=49.99

Thanks everyone, PM me if you need the part #.
 

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Do you guys have a part # on the bolts? I would like to get them and have them installed when I get my car re-aligned after the new K&W's settle in.
Yup- Got Burned. It's got to be my friendly attitude!! Nice job Patriot!!
 

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I don't get it. Are these custom camber bolts for lowered suspension? If not, why would you get new ones?

Someone needs to manufacture a camber correction kit for the front and rear; otherwise, tire replacement is going to become an expensive routine.
 

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PART NO. #5134117AA

DESCRIP. BOLT-CAMBER A

Only reason you need this is if you are lowered or having allingment/camber issues. Or you can rotate every 3K miles.
This bolt will correct the camber by only 3-5 degrees I believe.
Something is better than nothing.
 

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mvpatriot said:
PART NO. #5134117AA

DESCRIP. BOLT-CAMBER A

Only reason you need this is if you are lowered or having allingment/camber issues. Or you can rotate every 3K miles.
This bolt will correct the camber by only 3-5 degrees I believe.
Something is better than nothing.
I took my car into the dealer today for the R/H drift TSB (warranty revised alignment specs), it is currently not lowered.

When I picked it up it up this evening I talked to the Service Writer about alignment after lowering the car and he said it was not a problem because the new bolts were installed during the TSB.

I hope this is true... hotchkis springs and sway bars arrived UPS today :banana:
 

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mvpatriot said:
PART NO. #5134117AA

DESCRIP. BOLT-CAMBER A

Only reason you need this is if you are lowered or having allingment/camber issues. Or you can rotate every 3K miles.
This bolt will correct the camber by only 3-5 degrees I believe.
Something is better than nothing.

thx for the part #.. the drop I have set with the new K&W coil overs is not as severe as with the eibach pro-kit so hopefully the bolts will be enough to do the trick when I get the alignment done next week.
 

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FastEd said:
I took my car into the dealer today for the R/H drift TSB (warranty revised alignment specs), it is currently not lowered.

When I picked it up it up this evening I talked to the Service Writer about alignment after lowering the car and he said it was not a problem because the new bolts were installed during the TSB.

I hope this is true... hotchkis springs and sway bars arrived UPS today :banana:
Congrats on the Hotchkis setup, you're gonna love it! Be sure to post pics when you've done the install.

Sorry Jared, back on topic :wink1:
 

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Hold on. our saying that the TSB to fix the right pull will also work on my new aligment with the pro-kit!
 

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only if they install the camber bolts during the TSB
 

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Sorry, I'm a little skeptical that camber bolts alone will fix camber problems from a lowered suspension.

Quote: "This bolt will correct the camber by only 3-5 degrees I believe."

No freakin' way dood! 3-5 degrees of camber is HUGE w/o adjustable arms/plates. No way bolts can give you that kind of adjustability.

Show me the before and after alignment readings when the bolts are installed on a lowered suspension!
 

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Wouldnt you say that if you had the right pull fixed you got the bolt?

I'll let you know when i get my aligiment done.
 
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