**LR Shown (Pics taken before camber bolt install and alignment)** I just want to say that I hate the person who designed the rear suspension on the GC8's. Who thought tucking them behind the back seat with 1/2" of tool clearance would be a good idea? Any ways, they took a while to put in, every knuckle bolt was seized the entire way, and the front right coilspring was cracked... 1 and 1/2 revolutions of coil was seperated from the rest of the spring, the remainder of the spring had twisted around, and was resting on the cracked piece, barely holding onto the strut. The BC racing coils were a great investment, even though i have to rip the back seats out whenever i want to do a dampening adjustment. All in all, theyre set 5 cranks from max stiff as to not destroy my inner fenders. Ass end is cambered -2 degrees, front is sitting at -1 degree until i can steal a hoist and mess around with pillowball camber plates. Wheels, Check!