How-to: Cheap OEM-Style Camber Bolts Update: First check on Parts Souq to see if they have them in stock, with shipping you can get the Nissan bolts for cheap. If not, then check out what's below. So I had a set of Moog camber bolts that the alignments shops rounded out after about a year. I wanted the better quality OEM Nissan set but the price is a bit high for what's basically a bolt with a notch in it so I wanted to see if I could find a good alternative that isn't the easy to round out 1/3-shaved bolt style. I came up with a good solve to save some money, I bought the OEM cam washer from Nissan, reused the existing nut from my stock LCA bolts, and bought a Febest 0229-004 alignment bolt. I wasn't sure if the bolt would work but it's an exact match with the other hardware. I would say that they might be an OEM supplier but the bolt head is slightly different from the Nissan one but they at least used the Nissan bolt as a template so it has the degree of adjustment markings which makes the alignment guy happy and I feel a lot better having a solid bolt back in my LCA's. I've been running them for about a year/12,000 miles or so now with no problems. Parts List x4 Febest Camber Bolt. Part# 0229-004: $6.95 x4 Nissan Camber Washer. Part# 545591Z600: $6.15 x4 Nissan Nut: $0 Total Cost: $13.10 per camber bolt or $52 bucks for a set, about half the Nissan price.