I gained enough static camber when I lowered my 4th Gen (on Bilsteins/Swifts) that it had between -2.5 to -3.0 camber. Using the stock front camber bolts, I could regain about 1.0 which still left me with -1.5 to -2.0 and a lot of bumpsteer. Once I added the WL BS/RCK, I regained control over my static camber, and the bumpsteer.
If you're lowered, I recommend the WL bits (front and rear) to trim it all out. That and the offset LCA bushings.
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