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so here is a pic of the camber and toe adjustment kits in their boxes:




ok so here's the deal. the camber kit on ebay goes for $90 including shipping.
the toe kit goes for $70 including shipping.

Now for the camber kit. i like this kit. pricewise it is a great alternative to the obx at a comparable price and IMO looks nicer. they come in different colors i belive like gold silver or blue. i chose blue obviously. installation of this kit was easy. bushings seem to be a a decent quality and adjustments can be made easily with the car on a lift that is with out taking the tires off with no problem. adjustment is stiff i would recommend possibly greasing the shafts with bearing grease or antizeize for future adjustments.

Now for the toe kit. looks pretty. fits like shit. this kit is not for installing in your driveway or anywhere with out a lift. i could not make adjustments to either side with out lowering the trailing arm. what a pain in the ass. pass side was better than drivers side. on drivers side the kit hit the frame and could not line up the holes with out torching and banging in the frame for clearance. :stfu: once that was done i was able to adjust it the same as the other side. bushings seem to be of decent quality and same goes for greasing.

all and all these kits are decent i guess and a nice alternative to the other ones out there. FYI these were installed on a 90 CRX
 

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im glad i did not need a camber kit macphersons ftw those things can get expensive
 
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90 buck isnt bad to save your tires when you lower your car. its not like u have a choice anyways. plus they look nicer than the stock camber arms. the toe asjustments probably arent really needed for anything on most cars. i needed them cause i put integra typeR rear lower control arms in and even adjusted all the way out my wheel was pitched in with the stock toe adjusters. luckily i had planned ahead and bought them as a bling bling idea cause they turned out to be a necesity.
 

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its very good kit.....

they make spherical bearing kits too... that andrie hartanto uses to win in HONDA CHALLENGE RACES... so they are tested and proven
 

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Toe is adjustable, but if yours is seized up they would probably make for a good replacement kit I imagine. I will likely be going with wicked tuning kits for my 1994 civic as my shit is way out of wack and rear toe froze and cant adjust at all
 

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I love mine, works perfect :TU:

1991 CRX

To be honest I do not know why you had such a hard time. I did mine easily, just needed a second hand.

toe kit? toe is adjustable stock.
Correct.. but this allows for MORE Adjustment
 

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??? why would you need more? if the car's slamed down to like 3"+ is there not enough to adjust the toe?
All depends I guess, Mine needed the extra adjustment after lowering and rear disk swap.
 

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All depends I guess, Mine needed the extra adjustment after lowering and rear disk swap.
Same here. I need to get a rear toe kit; at max adjust, I'm still toe-in by 2* in the rear.
 

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Toe is adjustable, but if yours is seized up they would probably make for a good replacement kit I imagine. I will likely be going with wicked tuning kits for my 1994 civic as my shit is way out of wack and rear toe froze and cant adjust at all
if your toe adjust is frozen the bolt is probably just frozen to the collar of the bushing. that was the issue with mine. i needed more than the stock adjustment because i am running integra type r control arms in the rear.
 

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I love mine, works perfect :TU:



To be honest I do not know why you had such a hard time. I did mine easily, just needed a second hand.
i wouldnt say it was a hard time just not a simple bolt in procedure like the camber kit. also i did it alone. its not like it took hours just not a few mins. plus my toe adjuster bolts were frozen to the collars which made for a pain as well. just trying to get people a general idea that this is a task than can turn into being a pain with out the proper tools and allowing the proper time.
 

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i wouldnt say it was a hard time just not a simple bolt in procedure like the camber kit. also i did it alone. its not like it took hours just not a few mins. plus my toe adjuster bolts were frozen to the collars which made for a pain as well. just trying to get people a general idea that this is a task than can turn into being a pain with out the proper tools and allowing the proper time.


How did you manage to get the toe bolts out of the collar ?
 
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