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#6: 10-09-2012, 09:49 AM
 
 clearanceman
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Originally Posted by ShadowImg View Post
OE springs, or maybe lowering springs? I think wagon springs are longer than sedan, if you got sedans it might lower and add neg camber.

That said, if they zero toe out, probably not a big deal to run -2deg of camber. Might want bolts to even it out though.
I actually did make sure I got wagon struts when I ordered off ebay vs. sedan. Toe is -.02 on both sides, pretty close to zero. How do the aftermarket cam bolts work? I actually can't find them for the rear on ebay, only for the front.

The alignment shop said it would be ok as long as I rotated the tires on a regular basis. I'd like to fix it though if possible.

Would new springs fix it?

Guy that works at a Subaru repair shop once told me, the outback springs will fit on the legacy wagon struts, they are just compressed more. Would that fix it?

Last edited by clearanceman; 10-09-2012 at 09:52 AM..