Camber adjustment with wheels on
I have about month old alignment done on my 2000 Silverado with torsion bars. I replaced lower control arms then.
I have done upper arms last Saturday, but now have driver side wheel positive camber.
TRUCK TRACKS SUPER STRAIGHT, so, apparently, I do have toe in/out caught well from previous alignment.
Upper arms have 2 camber bolts. One per each arm leg, or whatever it is called. ends of Y with bushings.
I need to know, do I adjust BOTH camber bolts same amount, or just one bolt? May sound like a silly question, but won't it rotate arm and change toe, if I do not match both bolts?
Also, I have to do it with truck on the ground and wheels on. Any tips will help, single man job.