So I am getting ready to start rebuilding my subaru.I found a shell to begin again with. Anyway when I remake the strut lift blocks I am curious what angle to have them at?The plan is to put EA82 control arms/struts/axles on the EA81 front cross member. When I built the strut extensions originally it still had EA81 suspension. I angled the blocks at 7.5* and it was about perfect. When I swapped in the Ea82 suspension it was full on dorifto negative camber. I didn't mess with it because it was an offroader primarily, and secondly I was too lazy to cut apart the welded 1/4" steel extensions and start again. So for this rebuild what angle do I want for the blocks with the Ea82 suspension to have roughly 0* camber at static ride height(1.5" suspension lift)?
*the crash that destroyed my car also destroyed the lift,even the passenger side strut block bent.So for this new car I have to start from scratch.
Also would it be worth it to pull the front axles out of the wreck? the impact angled the crossmember towards the passenger side and shoved the passenger tire clear out of the body lines.Not to mention twisted the crossmember to the point that the steering rack is visible from the front of the car and bent the steering rack as well.Physically it looks like the axles might have survived but I don't know if it messed up the balls/cages/cups.