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I'm attempting to drill the spot welds on my shock tower to adjust camber. I've gotten the front ones but can't reach the back few. Anyone done this before. It looks like a pain to remove the cowl to make more room. I'm wondering if one of those close quarter drills might work? Thanks!
 

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it only cost me 15 bucks a side to have it done at an alignment shop... i bet it would cost you less since you have it half done already
 

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ok, thanks. I'll call around. I had it at Les Schwab originally and they wanted to install the whole adjustable camber plates on both sides which was pretty spendy.


it only cost me 15 bucks a side to have it done at an alignment shop... i bet it would cost you less since you have it half done already
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You have to take the black plastic cowling off to get to them. If you pop off the top of them you'll see how to get the bottom portion off.
 

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Nuthin's ever easy is it :( Thanks for the help, maybe I'll tackle that with the new spark plugs I bought!

+1. You have to remove the entire cowling including the wiper motor to get to the rear spot welds.
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