yes. If you see just a standard ball joint attached directly to the upper arm you don't. If the ball joint is attached to a thick piece of metal that is attached to the upper arm with a bolt on the top of it, it has a camber kit.
Well there are 2 ways to do Camber kits in the rear. One is the Upper Ball joint variety and the other is on the Anchor Bolts. The anchor bolts will either be stock with nothing on them or will have either a bolt and nut sticking down or a wrench flat on one edge-you will find these easily enough. The ball joint kits come is 2 forms as well-replacement units with a stud and nut on top or the sliding plate with 4 bolts (very unusual for the rear actually in this form).
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