Originally Posted by sgoldste01
I answered my own question by looking in the service manual, which states:
[*]Front toe-in, rear toe-in and front camber can be adjusted. Adjust if the value of toe-in or camber exceeds the tolerance range of the specification chart.[*]Other items except for front toe-in, rear toe-in and front camber that are described in the specification chart cannot be adjusted. If other items exceed the tolerance range of the specification chart, check the suspension parts and connections for deformation. If defective, replace with new parts.
So I guess my service department was correct, at least as it pertains to rear camber.
Its true you can't adjust subaru camber in the rear on stock suspension you can buy an adjustable arm but they are pretty spendy...but if your lowered then the camber will go negative depending on how low but its strange that only one side is like that from what I saw you post. You can always do a visual check of the suspension from one side to the other and see if anything is bent or just looks different