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Ok, I've seen people talking about the amount of negative camber these things have in the rear. Has anyone tried removing some? And if so, did you have any adverse effects in handling?
 

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I did. I removed mine because I lowered my ride on mopar lower springs. Kept stock struts/shocks. It chewed through the inside edge of my back tires something fierce. I spent hours researching best way for adjustments. Dodge doesn’t sell camber adjusting arms for the rear. The sell different length bars, but not adjustable ones. You will have to buy some from F1-Fabrication. I think they’re like $250 for the pair. Inexpensive way to save your precious Michelin pilot sports if you ask me. No adverse handling related to adjusting camber. Handles great. I did the work myself and then brought it in to get aligned properly. Here’s the link for the arms. Hope this helps.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/302946129006
 
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