Tire Rack sells Eibach Align kits that replace top bolts and adjust 1.75 +/-
Also sells another brand that costs a bit more I think...Ingalls Fastcam bolt's... adjust 2.0 +/-
Was wondering if Ingalls bolts are any better than Eibach's? 2.0 +/- would be better I think with Ingalls, but twice the price I think since you replace the top and bottom bolts to get 2.0
Also, do you have to do the back struts too with align bolts or can you leave stock? Tire wear is perfect in rear. Need negative camber BAD in front... outer half of tires wear bad and go blad as inner half of tires stay new. Happening on both sides equally in front. Any thoughts???????????
Hey, what drop do you have on your car? If it is drop, you might not be able to tell if the rear is out just by looking at it from the rear, which in your case, the rear tires are wearing fine. About the front, you say you need more negative camber... Question, do you take turns real hard and fast? this will lead to out edge wear. And you say the front tires in the middle are new. A couple of things can cause this(A) to much air pressure in the tires, will make it kind of slope down in the center of the tread. (B) hard fast cornering.
As for what bolts to go with, it really depends on how much the drop is. IMO, i would get the one with the most negative and positive corrections. The reason i say this, is that struts go bad quit guickly, (especially if it is lower than the factor recommendation on stock struts) over time, your camber very well could even go out even more negative, or positive. So if this ever happens, you will always have that "little" bit more of adjustment to correct the problem.
Hope you understand this. :lol: any more questions, PM me. I'll be more than happy to help.
(Srry for the long post, just trying to help)