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When I install springs in my 2003 Aero, I am going to be left with neg. camber. In searching I have read about shimming the hubs to compensate but which bolt do I shim? Does this apply to the front and rear or only the rear? I also read the front camber is not affected. From the diagram, it looks as if the lower damper retaining bolt would be the one for the rears.
 

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Front Camber can be easily adjusted and yes it is the lower bolt on the rear. Are you sure your camber is going to be out. Mine was fine when I put lowering springs on.. :)
 

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Front camber is ok but rear is out a bit more than stock (they are sending these out of the factory with neg. rear camber for some reason. It's not too bad though and I have had the car lowered for about a year now without any shimming.
 
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