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  • Choong Fook Choy
    Part of a video titled How To Adjust Camber - Honda Civic - Skunk2 - YouTube
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    And basically it's very simple going clockwise is going to bring this arm in giving you moreMoreAnd basically it's very simple going clockwise is going to bring this arm in giving you more negative camber going counterclockwise again on the middle hex nut. It's going to push the arm out.

    How do you adjust the front camber on a Honda Civic?

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