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      02-06-2020, 03:28 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rothwem View Post
I don't know why people keep saying this. The strut tower bolts are slotted, and they give you about a half of a degree of camber adjustability. All you have to do is pull the locating pin on the strut mount. OEM strut mounts have a hex in the pin and if you're careful, you can just lefty-loosey it out of there.
Yes, the long answer is that front camber is technically adjustable. But that is not included as part of an alignment. It requires banging out the alignment pin on the strut mount. Not to mention all the additional steps of jacking up the car and removing the top hat bolts. NO shop is doing this work during an alignment.

Short answer, Camber is not adjustable. Nor should there be any reason to adjust camber side-to-side after working on your car. Only reason front camber will ever vary significantly from side to side is if you have components that need replacing because the are bent/bad. Why is that so hard for people to understand?