If your like me and have a lowered cav/cally, you might notice how the rear camber is at a silly angle and your tyres wear quite badly on the inside, especially on large wheels and wide tyres.
So I have come up with a how 2 to solve this problem, without spending silly money on crappy kits
Follow the haynes manual for removing the subframe, or ....
First off you need to drop the subframe, get the rear of the car on axle stands, needs to be fairly high to make space for the subframe to come out.
You have to remove the rear calipers and unclip the hydraulic pipes from the trailing arms (including the abs units) also you have to remove the fuel pipes from the pump and filter (petrol will come out of the pipes, so you need to block them). Handbrake cable also needs removing, and the exhaust rear section.
Now put a jack up onto the subframe and unbolt the two bolts at the back of the subframe. The rear suspension crossmember rear tube securing bolts
Now undo the front bolts that hold the subframe to the car (look for the big rubber bush) and the metal bracing bracket bolted to the unside of the car.
Now lower the subframe on the jack
Making sure nothing is still connected.
Now pull the entire subframe from underneath the car and lay it down somewhere. Now remove the trailing arms from their mounts.