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Hello everybody, I got a 2015 Dodge Challenger RT with H and R lowering springs.
Trying to figure out how to read alignment report, so I can Install SBC rear camber bushings at the proper +/- degrees.
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So you want the camber in the -1 to -1.5 range if you still want some camber and additional handling

If you just want your tires straight and to wear perfect, you want the rear camber -1 or less. I am think factory is like -0.8

Depending how you clock the bushing during install, it will give you.5 increments for your camber

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Thanks trippy, so right rear camber bushings should be installed in the 1.5 degree position and the left rear in the 1 degree position?
 

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Thanks trippy, so right rear camber bushings should be installed in the 1.5 degree position and the left rear in the 1 degree position?
Yeah just about if you want to get her back to "stock" specs .

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Yeah , trying to get the most mileage from tires. Thanks again trippy✌
 
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