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BlackCelicaGTS Mar 26, 3:05am - #135312 

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Lowering Springs Question

I was thinking about getting the Hochkis lowering springs. THey drop about 1 3/8" in the front and 1 7/8" in the back...do i need the camber kit if i drop my car that low?? Also planning on getting gas shocks a little bit after that.

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PnOyGtS Mar 26, 3:28am - #135313 

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I believe you only need a camber kit if the drop is above 2!
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eric_h Mar 26, 4:07am - #135314 

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Originally Posted by PnOyGtS
I believe you only need a camber kit if the drop is above 2!


thats what i heard, likely you wont have em long after you get into an accident thatsfunny

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Rocketman Mar 26, 5:42am - #135315 

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I too want the Hotchkis springs. However, I am thinking about going coilovers...maybe ...
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