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Camber Adjustment Bolts

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my front wheel camber is off, i need more negitive camber. has any used those and where did you get them i was looking at those http://www.ebay.ie/itm/5-81270K-EIBACH-Front-Camber-Bolts-Toyota-Corolla-03-08-/180746007016?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item2a154d31e8 and was wondering if avensis T25 the same size.

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dave

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It may be worth investigating why the camber is wrong before trying to alter it. If a conponet of the suspensiion has been altered, worn damaged or bent you may be adressing the cause first.

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It may be worth investigating why the camber is wrong before trying to alter it. If a conponet of the suspensiion has been altered, worn damaged or bent you may be adressing the cause first.

just had an nct test same as mot test every thing ok

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I didn't know they checked the camber during the MOT or ECT test as you say. Must take quite a bit of tine setting the laser kit and so forth.

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my front wheel camber is off, i need more negitive camber. has any used those and where did you get them i was looking at those http://www.ebay.ie/itm/5-81270K-EIBACH-Front-Camber-Bolts-Toyota-Corolla-03-08-/180746007016?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item2a154d31e8 and was wondering if avensis T25 the same size.

Hi,

Camber on the Avensis is adjusted by loosening the lower shock absorber bolts, moving the shock absorber in- or outwards, and replacing the bolts by camber adjustment bolts from the following table.

Quite a labour intensive job, even with advanced measuring equipment and all parts and tools ready...

Good luck

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you dont check camber,caster or toe in these tests but depending on tyre wear you would recomend a wheel alighnment check...

but i agree with the above find out whats causing the issue first..

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I didn't know they checked the camber during the MOT or ECT test as you say. Must take quite a bit of tine setting the laser kit and so forth.

what i ment was they check suspension sorry about confusion

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i do mots everyday but some things you cant see like a tiny bend can put the camber well out.. a bottom arm bolt thats shifted can put the camber out too mate..

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In my above post I merely indicated how the adjustment should be done on the Avensis, instead of saying "You cannot use the Corolla-method bolts in the ebay link".

And if the adjustment is not done for "cosmetic reasons" :unsure: , then of course you should investigate the cause first.

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