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    Camber Question

    2004 Lesabre. Air ride shocks recently replaced. A few weeks afterward, I was hit in the right rear by another vehicle. Only $1K in damage (bumper cover, tail light, etc.). I got them to toss in a 4 wheel alignment as well for what it's worth. Car is at the shop now. Toe was brought back within spec. I understand there is no camber adjustment. However, camber is ~-1.5 on each side. Rear does not seem to sag. Air pump and system seems to work.

    Is this "normal"? Readings messed up? Should be a concern? Possible caused by the accident and I get try and get the other insurance company to fix in some manner. Guys at the collision shop is a former insurance adjuster and seems to be willing to help.

    Thoughts? Suggestions? Thanks!

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    HotZ28 is offline Full Member My Buick(s): 1996 Roadmaster Limited Collectors Edition 58k - 1996 PAU
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    Re: Camber Question

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    Look at the camber specifications for the 'H' body in the following link.

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