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Hi, I just had some work done to the CRV including having the stock rear control arms replaced with adjustable ones, so the camber can be adjusted. Made appt with alignment shop, tech looks at vehicle and says it will be about 4 hours because with each adjustment of the rear camber, he has to take the wheel off. Then put it back on, hook up the sensor, and see if it is right, then repeat as needed. I couldn't leave the CRV for four hours so i didn't get the alignment done. I have a lowered Civic with camber and toe kits and had that aligned on a rack (different shop) no problem, no wheels coming off etc. So my question is if it is normal to have to remove the wheels on a CRV to do a camber adjustment during alignment. Thanks. It is a 2006 EX 5MT and i also just got a set of Cooper Discoverers that make the CRV look a little tough.