Originally Posted by sales@*********
Camber is hard to correct on stock components unless you have camber bolts or camber plates. Your camber and toe should be close to each other. Tell me your driving style and I will help you get a spec for an alignment because OEM is garbage that will just make your car eat tire by giving inner camber wear.
Hmm, I don't do track. But I drive aggressively almost every single day. Therefore, anything that makes the car stablize through concerning is good enough. Thanks!!!
ps. I don't have cambers bolts or camber plates.
Does anyone know if Firestone aligns cars with non-OEM spec?