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Old 10-27-2015, 03:18 PM   #1
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WTB Camber Bolts

Anyone in MD/VA (along 95 pref.) have a set of camber bolts for sale? Planned to trek down to VA and put my coils on.. and forgot to buy a set of bolts to adjust. :|
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If you're in a bind, you can use the OEM crash bolts.

Scion Part Number: SU003-02818
Subaru Part Number: 901000394

You can find it at the local dealership parts department.

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If you're in a bind, you can use the OEM crash bolts.

Scion Part Number: SU003-02818
Subaru Part Number: 901000394

You can find it at the local dealership parts department.

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Is there a difference between these and the ones already on my car..? I'm assuming I was trying to get another bolt setup to adjust more than stock.
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Is there a difference between these and the ones already on my car..? I'm assuming I was trying to get another bolt setup to adjust more than stock.
The top bolt on the strut is a 16mm from the factory. The new bolt is a 14mm bolt.
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[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkq9dHiqWBY"]Scion FR-S BRZ Camber Crash Bolt Install DIY - YouTube[/ame]

Should clarify things for you a little.
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For the rear I recently got some SPC LCA they are really nice quality and easy to install/adjust.

I bought them from @MAPerformance
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