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Old 05-31-2003, 07:00 PM   #3
Heather
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Join Date: Oct 2001
Location: Chico, CA
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I did extensive research on this and there are no rear camber bolts to fit the Legacy. As it turns out they are not needed. According to Whiteline and MRT there should be equal or more negative camber in the front then the rear. This is a problem for my WRX who has -.9 front and -1.6 rear, and luckily they do make rear camber bolts for her.

We had the Legacy aligned today and we set the front camber to -.7 (it was -.2 L +.1 right) and the rear is set to -.6, which is perfect. Our toe was out in the rear, so we set it to zero. We both feel the straight line stablilty is much better with the front and rear toe at zero (the front toe was set to zero already), even though Whiteline and MRT recommend 1mm toe out in the rear.

Heather
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