anarchyx34 Posted October 18, 2019 Share Posted October 18, 2019 '05 Legacy Wagon 2.5i. Bone stock. I just tried to have my Legacy aligned after rebuilding the rear suspension and it's pretty out of wack. This was the best he could do. Forward & Rear lateral links are new. Upper lateral links have new inner Whiteline bushings. The outers are fine. Also new whiteline trailing arm bushings. New toe adjustment bolts. Ride height, measured to the ground to the fender lip is: LF 25 3/8" RF 26 3/4" LR 25 3/4" RR 25 1/4" This was measured in my garage which I believe to be level. What should I do? I know Whiteline makes a rear camber bolt for the upper lateral outer bushing but is that enough to correct 3 degrees? That also is unlikely to help rear toe much. How much effect does camber have on toe anyway? Also the R/F camber. That was the best he could get it. The struts appear to be originals. Is there a camber bolt that gives a little more adjustment? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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