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Rear camber arms are often overlooked when it comes to lowering until the rear tires need to be replaced after only 10k miles.
Unfortunately, the stock suspension does not allow for the necessary adjustments to correct this problem.

The JBR Adjustable Rear Camber Arms correct the increased negative camber that results when a vehicle is lowered.
Not only will they aid in camber correction but, they also allow for you to add up to +/-4 degrees of camber for on the street or the track.

The arm is machined entirely from 1.5" thick 6061 billet aluminum then anodized to resist corrosion.

The spherical rod ends are specifically engineered for automotive suspension applications. They eliminate binding and provide the lowest amount of friction possible.
The slotted nylon race and a heat treated and polished hard chrome plated ball make for long lasting smooth operation.
The housing is also heat treated, hard chrome plated 4130 chrome molly steel.

The bushings are 100% polyurethane. Polyurethane bushings are far more durable and outperform rubber bushings hands down.
They're also resistant to chemicals, oils and weathering making them the perfect choice for suspension components.


  • 6061 billet aluminum arm
  • 4130 chrome molly spherical rod ends
  • Polyurethane bushings

JBR Rear Camber Arm Kit Includes:
  • 1 Pair of rear adjustable camber arms
  • Installation instructions are available in our support section
  • Shipping is free in the US & our Hassle Free Lifetime Warranty is included

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Installed these last week along with the JBR Toe Arms. Specs after alignment was (see image)

The product looks amazing, was easy to install, and there were no issues with the guys who did the alignment.

My only gripe is the squeak that comes from the urethane piece of the bushing. I've greased it but it still squeaks.

Does anyone know if the bushings are pressed in? I'd like to take it apart and grease the inside of the bushing with teflon tape, as that should solve the squeak issue. It's a really annoying squeak issue.


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