The previous owner swapped out the brakes on my EF hatch to Integra brakes and i was wondering if there was anyway to identify suspension components and find out what model they came out of. The reason I'm curious is that, my car has positive camber in the front even after being lowered a bit (normally resulting in negative camber). Its actually worse now than when i purchased it because i raised it up a bit from were the previous owner had it (He had it sitting as low as the Ebay coil sleeves would go, of course). I've read that some owners mistakenly use the Integra upper control arms when they swap in the teg knuckles and spindles and that this could cause issues with positive camber. Would there be any sort of number or identifying mark stamped on my UCAs that i could reference to find out if they were Integra parts or civic parts? I'm looking to possibly purchase some stock EF ones as Skunk2 seems to be perpetually backordered with there EF camber kits but i don't want to purchase something if thats not actually the problem. I'm also curious to find out what brakes i actually have as the previous owner told me they were Type R brakes but ITR brakes would be 5 lug wouldn't they and mine are only 4. I might also consider going back to stock civic knuckles and brakes simply for ease of maintenance but at the moment I'm more worried about the positive camber than anything. Also : I know i don't need a camber kit to fix tire wear. This is not about tire wear. I'm more concerned about the effects my jacked up camber could have on handling and performance. It also looks kinda silly having negative camber in the rear and positive camber in the front. Thanks for any help. I'm to the point were I might just buy some used EF UCAs to see if that fixes the problem.