BRUTAL· Premium Member
I ALWAYS RECOMMEND THEM FOR IT ALLOWS A TECH/OWNER TO ADJUST ALIGNMENT WERE THEY WANT IT. YOU CAN STUFF LARGER TIRES IN WITHOUT RUBBING THROUGH MOVEING THE ECCENTRIC BOLTS TO DIFFERENT POSITIONS.. BEWARE OF A TECH THAT WANTS ALL THE SETTINGS TO BE "IN SPEC" THAT IS NOT WANT YOU ALWAYS WANT. YOU CAMBER IN THE -'S IS FINE. WHEN YOU LIFT IT WONT BE THERE ANYMORE. AND THE ONLY ISSUE YOU MIGHT HAVE NOW IS WITH THE -.9. THAT PUSHES THE TRUCK TOWARDS AND OVERCOMES THE -.4 BUT IF THE TRUCK GOES STRAIGHT WHEN YOU LET GO OF THE STEERING WHEEL THEN DONT WORRY ABOUT IT AS MOVING THE CAMBER AROUND TO COUNTERACT DRIFT/TIRE PULL ETC...IS THE #1 WAY TO DO THIS. THIS IS WHY I SAY DONT TRUST A ALIGNMENT TECH THAT JUST WANT TO GET EVERYTHING IN THE GREEN AND IN SPECI have 2007 Frontier Nismo with 50,000 miles. I recently purchased some Firestone Destination A/t's. I also just got my alignment done. The mechanic told me he was unable to put the camber in spec because I do not have the camber bolts that I now know do not come stock anymore. My camber is as follows -0.4 degrees on the left and -0.9 degrees for the right. I guess it rounds out to be 0.5. If you need more info, I have the measurement sheet.
I wanted to know how imperative is it to get these camber bolts? I don't want to waste my money.