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recently i finally got my coilovers and wheels on my car. i got an alignment today that got rid of my front and rear toe. BUT i still have 1.6 camber front , and 3 degrees of camber in the rear. Should i be worried about 3 degrees of camber in the rear ? i was considering getting rear upper or lower control arms, but i wanted to ask before buying something that might not be needed. i see mixed answers on here and online about 3 degrees, anyone chime in on recent experience ?
 

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My Gita has about 35mm drop which gives about -0.5 camber on the front and about -1.5 on the rears from memory, i would get about 2 years as well (~30k km) on the tires. Not exactly awesome in my books, but it just means adjusting a budget to suit. I have thought about getting some offset bushes to try and pull it straighter on the rears, but so far cant be bothered :p

-3 degrees seems pretty extreme to be unless you are trying to go the stance look, it wont handle a straight line that well either.
 
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