Originally Posted by sleepless
Yes, get camber plates! There is enough camber adjustment in the rear.
I'm running a street-friendly -2.2F/-1.9R (stock suspension and 265s squared)
-2.2 up front is not considered a street friendly amount of camber. -1.5* is street friendly.
At -2.2 the tires won't last long, and daily drive ability is reduced because of the increased amount of driver input needed.