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  • Aqeef Zafran Mohd Zaidi
    Part of a video titled How To Adjust Camber On a Car Using Camber Bolts - YouTube
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    So what I'm going to do is I'm going to loosen. The bottom bolt slightly and I'm going to actuallyMoreSo what I'm going to do is I'm going to loosen. The bottom bolt slightly and I'm going to actually take the top bolt all the way out then we are going to put our camber bolt in and that's when we're

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