Last night I installed AKG’s camber and toe adjusting kit onto the subframe. I installed the differential onto the subframe and finished it off with new poly bushings in thd subframe mount. With the help of my 4 yr old daughter the whole unit went into the car like butter. Now that everything is in, I’m realizing that it’s gotta come back out because the rear trailing Arms have to be installed while the subframe is out of the car. RealOEM.com shows the outer trailing arm bolt being installed from inside to out. The original setup probably has the trailing arm bolts torqued outside of the car. I’m assuming that the adjustable bolts have to be installed from outside to in because there’s no way to torque the nut otherwise because the bushing mount is right there.
In which direction are your adjustable outer bolts installed? Is the nut on the inside or out? I usually do my own alignments. This is gonna be a bitch adjusting with this setup.