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St202 Camber Angle Adjust?

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Hi everyone. I have a slight problem, i slipped earlier on in the year in the snow & hit a curb (**** curbs!) - bent my bottom ball joint & strut, had them changed & now the camber of the front passenger side wheel still has slight positive camber.

ive been told a local garage over the phone that the camber isnt adjustable on an ST202, only the Toe angle.

True or False???

if it is true then what will be causing the positive camber?

any help would be appreciated guys :)

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you can buy aftermarket whiteline camber bolts etc

or

use toyota parts

these are for ST18x

Crash bolts (aka "Camber Bolts") for ST185:

Fronts:

90105-17005 for the 3-Dot (most camber adjustment, supposed to give +/- 0.75 degrees)

90105-17004 2-Dot (+/- 0.50 degrees)

90105-17003 1-Dot (least camber adjustment @ +/1 0.25 degrees)

Rears:

90105-15006 3-Dot

90105-15005 2-Dot

90105-15004 1-Dot

Nut for the bolt: 90179-15001

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you can buy aftermarket whiteline camber bolts etc

or

use toyota parts

these are for ST18x

Crash bolts (aka "Camber Bolts") for ST185:

Fronts:

90105-17005 for the 3-Dot (most camber adjustment, supposed to give +/- 0.75 degrees)

90105-17004 2-Dot (+/- 0.50 degrees)

90105-17003 1-Dot (least camber adjustment @ +/1 0.25 degrees)

Rears:

90105-15006 3-Dot

90105-15005 2-Dot

90105-15004 1-Dot

Nut for the bolt: 90179-15001

thanks for that, although i havent a clue how much my camber needs adjusting - so is this the only way to adjust the camber?

what could be causing the positive camber?

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