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Can you give me the rear wheel camber spec for a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix, GT? I am replacing the springs and would like to check & adjust (if necessary) the camber when done.

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The only way you can adjust camber is special bolts. you will need a 4 wheel alignment anyhow when you are done and the alignment shop will adjust it, if needed.

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