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Hey guys. I just installed some Tein Super Streets on my 89 Supra. They ride and handle great, but since it lowered it a lot my camber is very off. I tried googling camber kits thinking it would be an easy find, but I didn't find any for an Mk3. How have you guys corrected the camber or do you know if anyone makes a kit? Thanks in advance for the help.
 

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If you lower the rear too much you run out of adjustment and will need to legthen the transverse arms 15mm to get it back within range.
 

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I'll nevAr go single!
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This brings up a question of my own.
I recently fixed front/right frame rail damage.
Without going into to much detail, it cannot be fixed perfectly. I dropped the car at the same time.

My camber on that corner is way out of specs and is adjusted the max it can go.
Is their a kit or replacment parts that can fix this? Camber is actually bad on 3 corners, but at it's worst on that one.

This goes back to the original post, which was not How do you adjust camber, but is their a kit to help correct it when adjustment is not enough alone?
 

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Nice, thank you. Unfortunatley its only for the rear. Still a step in the right direction though.
 
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