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I just recently got new tires and replaced the lower control arm bushing on my car so I took my car in to get an alignment today. The car drifts to the left and the tech said there was nothing they could do because the camber was not adjustable. I have heard of a camber kit for lowered cars but what exactly is it and will this help? Here are the specs from the report I got today

Front: Left
Camber | Actual -1.8*| Before -1.9*| Specified Range -1.8* to -.3*
Caster | Actual 3.5* | Before 3.5* | Specified Range 2.3* to 3.8*
Toe | Actual .09* | Before .36* | Specified Range 0* to .2*

Front: Right
Camber | Actual -2.1*| Before -2.1*| Specified Range -1.8* to -.3*
Caster | Actual 3.5* | Before 3.5* | Specified Range 2.3* to 3.8*
Toe | Actual .11* | Before .57* | Specified Range 0* to .2*

Front
Cross Camber | Actual 0.2*| Before 0.2*| Specified Range -.8* to .8*
Cross Caster | Actual -.1* | Before -.1* | Specified Range -.8* to .8*
Total Toe | Actual 0.2* | Before .93* | Specified Range 0* to .4*
 
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