Hello all, I am wondering if there is a quicker way to adjust camber than dropping the strut to access the camber plate? I want to adjust camber quickly at the track so I don't have to drive many road miles with a lot of camber and kill tires all summer. I'll be completing an internship and will be away from access to tools and the ability to change alignment, by dropping the strut, the day before/after. CC plates will be marked so track alignment is close and I have I'll the car properly aligned after. The only way I've seen to accomplish this is a hole saw to the top of the strut tower. I am curious how this would hold up in the long run? Any help would be appreciated.