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#13: 01-26-2013, 01:22 PM
 
 SurlyOldManMN
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Originally Posted by SBT View Post
Do it! The hardest thing about the rears on these newer Legacys is keeping the toe set properly - I keep mine at 0* F/R, but before the WL rear adjustable links, that was only good until I drove it off the alignment rack... then it was somewhat dynamic. With the WL bits, it locks and stays and adds camber adjustment too.
Good to hear! Toe wasn't bad. .04L .02R. I've been a little uncomfortable with the rear camber since the springs went on. If I can visually see the camber it's too much for my DD needs.

On the plus side, I was getting a bunch of unpredictable bump steer and was worried I'd have to do a full on roll center kit. Alignment fixed it up nicely. RCK probably wouldn't be a bad idea just the same, but the car no longer surprises me under heavy braking or bumps.
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