Oh yeah, are you running the stock top hat's up front or camber plates? How much negative camber are you running up front?
Since I am using the stock top hats, I had to use aftermarket camber bolts to get -1.5 degrees of camber. That seems to work out OK. Also, for alignment I am running just a hair of toe out up front. In the rear I wanted zero toe, but the lame ass tech said he could not get it to go to zero....so I have a hair of toe in. It bugs me because I know that is making my car push in turns, so I have to compensate with higher tire pressures in the rear and setting my coilovers stiffer in the rear.
I did have an alignment done like 3 years ago where the tech was able to get zero toe in the rear, so I think the place I went to just did not know how to do it or something.
Sorry for the 20 questions....I just don't see many other Outback owners tracking their car so I would like to get your input.
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