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Hi all, im new to the hilux and have just put my 04 hilux into the mechanic for a wheel alignment and he has come back and said the left hand side front has a 2 degree negative camber and there is no more adjustment in the bolts on the lower control arm.

He suggested from looking at it that the lower control arm was bent, i replaced the lower control arm and there has been no change. He is now suggesting the the stub axle or chassis is bent.

I am hesitant to replace any more components on a maybe so i thought i would see if anyone our there has had the problem before. I saw a 4 runner owner on another forum has a similar issue and her rectified it the a torsion bar adjustment. My aligment guy says there is no way you could get 2 degrees camber adjustmentfron the torsion bar.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. 

Cheers Ryan 

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On ‎29‎/‎03‎/‎2016 at 9:45 PM, Ryan04hilux said:

Hi all, im new to the hilux and have just put my 04 hilux into the mechanic for a wheel alignment and he has come back and said the left hand side front has a 2 degree negative camber and there is no more adjustment in the bolts on the lower control arm.

He suggested from looking at it that the lower control arm was bent, i replaced the lower control arm and there has been no change. He is now suggesting the the stub axle or chassis is bent.

I am hesitant to replace any more components on a maybe so i thought i would see if anyone our there has had the problem before. I saw a 4 runner owner on another forum has a similar issue and her rectified it the a torsion bar adjustment. My aligment guy says there is no way you could get 2 degrees camber adjustmentfron the torsion bar.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. 

Cheers Ryan 

Hi have you Fixed the Problem ? if the person before you has made adjustments to your torsion bars and there not even on both sides, you can get a tap measure an see if that's the case, and that could help with it.

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