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    I found a DIY for the 8th Gen install. Hope this helps

    DIY - Skunk2 Gen II Rear Camber Kit Install - 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsi2012 View Post
    I found a DIY for the 8th Gen install. Hope this helps

    DIY - Skunk2 Gen II Rear Camber Kit Install - 8th Generation Honda Civic Forum
    This would really help if the pictures worked.

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    Just an FYI for people putting skunk2's rear camber arms on, don't forget to run the adjustments all the way in before mounting the camber arm. Once you got the camber arm bolted in you can go about adjusting it to proper alignment. There are left hand and right hand threads on these adjustments and the adjusters can easily get out of balance if not careful. This is why I recommend adjusting them all they way in and mount the arm then adjust the camber out to have even/proper adjustments on the adjusters.

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