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Old 01-21-2018, 06:32 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Unhappy Toe Camber Adjustment Arm Part Confusion? Rear Suspension Parts 2005

This product has so many names I was wondering if you can help me order the correct one. Which do I order?

55110-3Z000 (Trailing Arm)
551A0-3Z000 (Track Bar)

My Rear toe/camber is way off for my 2005 Nissan Maxima SE.

I need to replace this lower toe adjustment arm
(the photo is an aftermarket one but you know the one I mean):

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The stealership has those two different items listed under rear suspension parts and they look similiar... its kind of confusing. In this case, the stealership is actually WAY cheaper than aftermarket.

I was going to get DORMAN 522703 until I realized. I know the difference is that the aftermarket is adjustable but do I really need it? I'm running all stock tire size height and everything.

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