Before starting the installation be sure to have a baseline of how much adjustment you will be needing for your specific build. Make sure to level subframe with bushing pocket.
2)Camber Bracket Installation
Camber adjustment will be made with the inside tabs, closest to the diff, in a vertical position. You will need to weld in the supplied brackets on the camber pieces to help provide extra reinforcement and support. Carefully mock up the brackets using magnets, clamps or a small tack before you finalize everything. The lower the bracket is installed the more negative camber adjustment. The higher the bracket is installed the more positive camber adjusment is available. Once finalized and everything is properly welded in dremel away the slot for the bolt.
3) Toe Bracket Installation
Toe adjustment will be made using the outer tabs, closest to the subframe bushings, in a horizontal position. Using the same steps for camber, minus the support bracket, measure and mock up the toe brackets. Once finalized and everything is properly welded in dremel away the slot for the bolt.
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