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expinch Apr 18, 4:08am - #157768 
2001 Blue Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

Joined: Mar 2004
Posts: 104
Diamondhead, MS
Camber Kits with Tanabe Springs, please help

I recently bought a set of Tanabe springs that will drop my car 2" all around. I don't have a body kit and don't plan to buy one. It seems from what I've seen through searching old threads that some people feel the camber is necessary in the front, but not the back, and some say they are needed all around??

I saw several places where it said you can purchase the kits for like $30 on Ebay, so I did a search and came up with a few options. Any input on these would be grealy appreciated.

The first one is $37.99 and its says its a Front/Rear Camber kit. I'm not sure if that means its either the front or the rear or both, or if it is a piece of crap. It hasn't been bid on, which usually means its either crap or not a good deal:

Option1

The second choice is a Hotchkiss Camber kit that is, at the moment, $51.00. This appears to be a good deal because it already has several bidders. Can I even use these in combination with Tanabe springs, or are they only compatable with Hotchkiss Springs? Is this a good deal, or overkill for what I'm doing?

Option2

Thanks in advance!
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RoMkApOmKa
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RoMkApOmKa Apr 18, 4:17am - #157769 

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2002 Toyota Celica GT

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Maryland USA
You will def. need front Alignment kit Click here! You can get Eibach $26.
And for the rear... Alignment shop should be able to correct your camber on the rear by using your stock camber plates.
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