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hoping for some input.. 2003 gs300 60-k very well and never abused..ok when on wet pavement and hitting the typical stuff dips, cross grains, pot hole etc the rear steps(or feels like it)in a quick right left shimmy dip that is kinda wierd..any ways on dry pavement where adhesion is good the rear stays planted. new toyos and all in balance, the only thing is my girl friend scraped a curb with the passenger rear and left a mild scrape on the rim and it seems that after this the rear didnt seem right .. any one ? thanx in advance dan in georgia.

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went to get the tire alignment and discoverd the camber bolt (part-48190-30060) was somewhat stripped or not doing its job. the guys know me well and let me get in on the action and i did see the what we think is the problem..question got the parts (cam bolt- cam adjuster for the other side and locking nut)can i myself with a good knowledge of angle and such put this assembley into play with common tools or am i asking for a tow to the shop after i screw things up..?

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You could install the bolt and eyeball the camber close enough to drive to the alignment shop for a proper four-wheel align. Then again the shop, having identified the problem might be looking for at least the install, if not the sale of the part. It's up to you. If it was me, I'd let them install the part - it's a matter of goodwill.

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You could install the bolt and eyeball the camber close enough to drive to the alignment shop for a proper four-wheel align. Then again the shop, having identified the problem might be looking for at least the install, if not the sale of the part. It's up to you. If it was me, I'd let them install the part - it's a matter of goodwill.

thanx for the input..its early here in ga gonna have some java and kick it around..

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