Just an interesting fact for newbies installing camber plates.
The first rule to buying camber plates. You have to test-thread all bolts WHEN you first receive the parts. Back in the days there were so many complaints that the threads/holes/bolts don't align or they are cross-threaded.
The key is that when you have 4 mounting holes (on 2 plates or more older camber plates) and such a close tolerance, you should always test fit and then mount on to vehicle!
It's a bit hard to describe with words. BUT if you just got new/used camber plates, unassemble them first then assemble again...
if you do this part...you will get what I am talking about. AND I just saved you the headache of actually cross-threading them.