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Sub ModelYears (From-To)Drive TypeRear CamberRear Camber ToolRear ToeRear Toe ToolFront CasterFront Caster ToolFront CamberFront Camber ToolNotes

Alignment Footnotes:
N/A = No Available Adjuster      (*) = Series P/N - View series for correct size 
OEMA = Original Equipment Manufacturer Adjustment  
(1) CAUTION: Check for caliper to rotor clearance with disc brakes.
Use spacer set 75970 SHIM SPACER KIT (8) 75970 as necessary to keep caliper centered on rotor
(2) All EXCEPT RWD 1500
(3) Honda S2000 Ball Joint - Rear Application - Only for 17" rims or larger
(4) Check Bolt Length BEFORE Cutting Hole
(5) Shims
(6) LH Tie Rod Adjusting Sleeve Replacement
(7) Bolts, 73415 M10X1.25X30 (SET OF 4 ) 73415 , are necessary for changes greater than 3/4°
(8) Recommended for vehicles lowered more than 1.5 67330 ADJ 3.0 BJOINT 67330
(9) Will not work on 1988-89 models with welded-in ball joint
(10) M3 Only, caster will decrease by 2 degrees
(11) Pinion Angle Adj. Part No. 82370 JEEP CAM BOLT KIT 82370

(12) Limited camber range of +/-1.0°
(13) Center stock camber and toe adjusters before calculating shim change
(14) 69330 CIVIC/RSX SOCKET 69330 included w/69300 or 69400
(15) Not for use w/disc brakes
(16) Can be used for Caster or Pinion Angle
(17) Footnotes 1 and 13
(18) Preferred
(19) Rear Pinion Angle
(20) Except Sti
(21) Series P/N, Not for use with ABS
(22) Lower Arm

(23) Except Type R Lower Arm
(24) Rear Wheel Drive Only
(25) 92-96 Only
(26) 92-98 Only
(27) C10 and C15
(28) Footnote 1, include the next part number
(29) Include the next part number
(30) With 10mm Bolt
(31) With 12mm Bolt
(32) All Except AMG models
(SW) Station Wagon
(L) Lower

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