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Anybody have wheel alignment specs for Camry?

Any camry would be good, but Gen 4 would be better. I understand that only toe-in can be adjusted and camber and castor are non-adjustable, unless camber kits are installed then camber can be adjusted. I have a DIY toe-in alignment tool and the front toe-in is 0.0mm while the rear toe-in is +0.5mm.

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this is what I have saved as the specs (for the gen3 camry at least)

F Left Camber: -0.56°
F Right Camber: -0.56°
Front Caster: 1.19°
Side-to-side Caster variation: 0.75°

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-ve camber! Wow, that is really strange.
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no real idea?

since you're doing it yourself tho, why not just give it a try and see how it drives and looks?

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-ve camber! Wow, that is really strange.
negative camber is normal. excessive negative camber is strange.


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2000-2001 Toyota Camry 4cyl alignment range:

LEFT FRONT
CAMBER -1.4 .02
CASTER 1.4 2.9
TOE -.1 .1
SAI 12.3 13.8
INCLUDED ANGLE 11 14
TURNING ANGLE DIFF. N/A

RIGHT FRONT
CAMBER SAME AS LEFT FRONT
CASTER SAME AS LEFT FRONT
TOE SAME AS LEFT FRONT
SAI SAME AS LEFT FRONT
INCLUDED ANGLE SAME AS LEFT FRONT
TURNING ANGLE DIFF. N/A

FRONT
CROSS CAMBER -.8 .8
CROSS CASTER -.8 .8
TOTAL TOE -.20 .20

LEFT REAR
CAMBER -1.5 .1
TOE .10 .30

RIGHT REAR
CAMBER SAME AS LEFT REAR
TOE SAME AS LEFT REAR

REAR
TOTAL TOE .20 .60
THRUST ANGLE ----- ------

These specs are from NTB and SEARS
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Left and Right Front:

Specified Range
CAMBER -1.3 0.2
CASTER 0.4 1.9
TOE -0.1 0.1
SAI 12.3 13.8
INCLUDED ANGLE 11 14

Front:
Specified Range
CROSS CAMBER -.8 .8
CROSS CASTER -.8 .8
TOTAL TOE -.20 .20

Right Left Rear:
Specified Range
Camber -0.9 0.3
Toe 0.1 0.3

Rear:
Specified Range
Total Toe 0.2 0.6

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Any camry would be good, but Gen 4 would be better. I understand that only toe-in can be adjusted and camber and castor are non-adjustable, unless camber kits are installed then camber can be adjusted. I have a DIY toe-in alignment tool and the front toe-in is 0.0mm while the rear toe-in is +0.05mm.

Thanks.
I'd like the same info, i have TRD springs and 18" wheels, was told to install a camber kit by a toyota mechanic, but I don't see the specs in my Haynes manual. I did pick up an OBX bolt kit on ebay for this....
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I'd like the same info, i have TRD springs and 18" wheels, was told to install a camber kit by a toyota mechanic, but I don't see the specs in my Haynes manual. I did pick up an OBX bolt kit on ebay for this....
i got tein stech, tokico shock and 18" rims....but america tire mechanic tell me i dont need install camber kit...stock will be fine

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2000-2001 Toyota Camry 4cyl alignment range:

TOE -.1 .1

These specs are from NTB and SEARS
Is this in millimeters? inches? or degrees?

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-ve camber! Wow, that is really strange.
Yeah for me too... negative camber has the wheels sloping outwards, so that they meet the road with a wider track, compared with the top of the wheel. It looks like the car has been dropped from a great height and the wheels have splayed outwards. This splayed-out look is cool, and very useful!
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