These crash bolts are an OEM Toyota part and offer a smidge of added adjustability over the stock lower shock mount bolts. Their slightly skinnier design allows for a touch of negative camber to dialed in, roughly between -0.2 to -0.5 degrees, for owners looking to make meaningful suspension tweaks on a budget.
Camber Bolts vs Crash Bolts:
A popular budget mod among enthusiasts, camber bolts are lower shock mount bolts with a cammed or lobed profile, allowing users to fine-tune their desired camber by a simple rotation of the bolt. They don't offer anywhere near as much adjustment as camber plates, but they're a noteworthy upgrade for eeking out a bit for negative camber for light track duty or casual canyon carving. Depending on the design of the bolt and the car itself, users could expect to see an extra -0.7 to -1.5.
Crash bolts, on the other hand, are not cammed but are just skinnier than the factory bolts. Their skinnier profile allows for a touch of camber adjustment without the more complex design of a real camber bolt. As a result, their range of adjustment is narrower, but they are also far cheaper. Many OEMs may use crash bolts from the factory to give stock cars a small amount of adjustability with little-to-no affect on production costs.
GR Corolla Factory Alignment Procedures
NOTE: These are sold individually, so please order a pair if you need two.
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