Honestly, I couldn't tell you the specs, cause I always got them off the machine while I was doing it. If it were my car, I could do it by eye fairly well, but that's because I have a lot of alignment experience. Caster is another issue though, as that would be near impossible to do by eye. Is your car lowered?I know where the Camber bolts are, but, how do you measure/setup the camber correctly?
Kai, I hape that was a typo.although i'd rather save the $500 that'll cost me, and do it myself.
Nope - stock suspension. The only thing that needs doing, is the camber. I'm getting new camber bolts for it. I had assumed that the only way to have it altered, was to take it to a 4-wheel laser alignment place, although i'd rather save the $500 that'll cost me, and do it myself.
Nope - $500 is the converted cost for alignment here, on a 4-wheel laser setup.Kai, I hape that was a typo.
My last alignment one month ago cost me $65.
MY brother sets his own alignment. I do not, I prefer to let the lasers do the walking for me in this respect^^
give toyota a try, they usually have parts for our cars...where did you order the bolts from...my allignment is wayyy off so i went to get it done and the shop told me all my camber, caster and tie rod ends are all seized into the bushings...so i orderd front and rear sets of energy suspension, polyurethane bushings, new tie rod ends but i cant find anywehre to get teh camber or caster bolts