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Mar 15, 9:13pm - #126370 
Sway bars

If i have eibach springs and want sways, do i need the front/rear camber plates?

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Mar 15, 9:16pm - #126371 
You will need a front alignment kit , but rear camber plates are not necessary.
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Front Alignment kit is 2 bolts and 2 nuts.



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Mar 15, 9:19pm - #126372 
what are the camber plates/links for?

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Mar 15, 9:28pm - #126373 
For rear alignment correction. But your stock camber plates will work fine. You will have alignment not far from the perfect if you use your stock plates.
P.S. Or you can get hotchkins camber plates for $230-250

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Mar 15, 9:33pm - #126374 
thats alot, when you can get the alignment kit for 25 bucks

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Mar 15, 9:42pm - #126375 
Originally Posted by DaRealDeal21
thats alot, when you can get the alignment kit for 25 bucks

Just let you know that alignment shop will not be able to do the alignment on Celica (front) w/a an Alignment kit.



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Mar 16, 9:28am - #126376 
so...what, i have to do it myself?

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Mar 16, 1:14pm - #126377 
those camber links fix your camber, an alignment shop can only do so much but from lowering you wheels will still get negative camber in the rear wheels. negative camber is when the top of the wheels lean towards the middle so it looks like your wheels are tilted. for sway bars you don't need anyother suspension parts that it doesn't come with. you get everything from the producer. it would be more effective you had adjustable camber links, adjustble camberplates, coilovers, adjustable endlinks, and a stiffer suspension but you don't NEED it.


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Mar 16, 2:45pm - #126378 
if i get sway bars and TRD springs, do i need all that above??? confused


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Mar 16, 4:50pm - #126379 
foreal man. If we want sway bars, we have to get the plates b/c if we don't we'll have negative camber? and whats the diff between plates & links?

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Mar 16, 6:25pm - #126380 
Originally Posted by DaRealDeal21
foreal man. If we want sway bars, we have to get the plates b/c if we don't we'll have negative camber? and whats the diff between plates & links?

No difference...

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Mar 16, 8:07pm - #126381 
Originally Posted by DaRealDeal21
foreal man. If we want sway bars, we have to get the plates b/c if we don't we'll have negative camber? and whats the diff between plates & links?


you do not need to ahve a lignment or camber plates from the sway bars you need em if you drop 2 inches or more.

if he has eibach pro springs he is fine they are the same as TRD.

if he has eibcah sportlines he does cause it is too low.

sway bars to nothign for camber and alignment, or ride height. they jstu help prevent body roll


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Mar 16, 9:46pm - #126382 
i recall reading post where people had dropped their car and were talking about getting camber link and i was just wondering why. so anything more than 2 in. you would need camber links and anything less than 2 in. you wouldnt?

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Mar 16, 10:29pm - #126383 
you on't need a camber kit if they can align you back to factry specs


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Mar 16, 10:56pm - #126384 
man you guys are really getting bad info, cause you guys are really confused.

Sway bars help with cornering, and prevent body roll.

Dropping the car too low will cause the tires to have negative camber, this will require camber links to correct. adjusting the camber can give you better grip becuase it controls the amount of tire that is touching the road. it's kinda hard to explain cause i'd just have to show you.


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Mar 16, 11:15pm - #126385 
^ true

Just buy the sway bars & you'll be fine. You dont need the camber plates to install the sway bars. Everything to install the sway bars comes from the manufacture, whether it's TRD, Eibach, or Hotsckish (sp)

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Mar 17, 9:07am - #126386 
Originally Posted by Kim
man you guys are really getting bad info, cause you guys are really confused.

Sway bars help with cornering, and prevent body roll.

Dropping the car too low will cause the tires to have negative camber, this will require camber links to correct. adjusting the camber can give you better grip becuase it controls the amount of tire that is touching the road. it's kinda hard to explain cause i'd just have to show you.


hello read waht i have been saying

the exact same thing.


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Mar 17, 2:43pm - #126387 
Originally Posted by Krayze
Originally Posted by Kim
man you guys are really getting bad info, cause you guys are really confused.

Sway bars help with cornering, and prevent body roll.

Dropping the car too low will cause the tires to have negative camber, this will require camber links to correct. adjusting the camber can give you better grip becuase it controls the amount of tire that is touching the road. it's kinda hard to explain cause i'd just have to show you.


hello read waht i have been saying

the exact same thing.


i know but i was directing that comment to the other people.


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Mar 17, 3:51pm - #126388 
oh my bad we cool


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