14mm Camber Bolts

Change Positive or Negative camber up to 1.75 degrees depending on the car. Made for Struts not Shocks.

Available individually, in pairs, or in sets of 4 (See Quantity Menu).

Cars with rear shocks, like 2008+ Impreza/Crosstrek, 2009+ Forester and 2001+ Outback can't use Camber Bolts in the rear...

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The Camber bolts are designed for the spindle holes in Macpherson struts. It allows both positive and negative camber changes up to approximately 1.75 degrees (depending on vehicle) by replacing the upper O.E. strut/spindle bolt. This easy to use adjuster provides built-in adjustment over the life of a vehicle just by rotating the head of the bolt. Sold Individually, in PAIRS (default) or Sets of 4.  Use 2 camber bolts in extreme cases (one in the upper spindle hole and one in the lower, typically on a REAR Subaru strut for even more adjustment range, on a big lift or big lowering)  If camber bolts aren't enough, you will likely need our RTAS (Rear Trailing Arm Spacers).  Note that 2000+ Outbacks; 2008+ Impreza and Crosstrek and 2009+ Foresters have MULTI-LINK rear suspensions with a SHOCK (not a strut), so camber bolts won't work on those.

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Data sheet

Up-GradedHeavy duty, forged steel camber bolt
Bolts to Existing Threaded Holes in The BodyFits in 14mm SPINDLE HOLES that mount struts to spindle
Simple InstallationNot too bad

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