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dea7hr0w May 24, 9:20am - #17101 
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camber kit

I need help, does anyone know where i can get a camber kit for my 2000 celica gt... my wheels are wearing down every day !! ahh !!! can some one help me asap !! thanks [Mad]
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Street Prototype May 24, 12:40pm - #17102 

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hotchkis is the only camber kit that i know of... cheers

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AM03GT May 24, 1:30pm - #17103 
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on your mod-list it says you have TRD springs... with a TRD drop you shouldn't need a camber kit, just get a wheel alignment, the stock camber bolts should be enough...

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dea7hr0w May 24, 5:22pm - #17104 
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thats true with the springs, but sooner or later i should just get it, besides since my car is goingup the rack, i might as well do it all at once so i can limit my self to going up the rack and scraping my kit... [Mad] can someone help me find the link to the hotchkis camber so can purchase with a great deal ??
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Grand-Touring-Dan May 25, 7:30am - #17105 
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Steven May 25, 12:40pm - #17106 
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i have a question, is it 229 for both sides? because when i looked at them on the hotchkins page it charged me for two... can anyone help?
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dea7hr0w May 26, 3:39am - #17108 
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whats the website for the hotchisk camber kit ?
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Steven May 26, 3:53am - #17109 
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I told you it was at www.i-m-racing.com you lazy bastard. just kidding... wink

http://www.i-m-racing.com/hotrearcamli.html

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Install our Camber Links and gain more rear suspension control and proper alignment specifications at lowered ride height. Lowering a Celica causes too much rear negative camber. Easily tilt your rear tires up and stop excessive inner tire wear with our Sport Camber Links, or add aggressive camber settings for track events. CNC machined polished billet aluminum and TIG welded steel construction for ultimate strength and weight savings. Fitted with easy to lubricate polyurethane bushings.

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dea7hr0w May 26, 5:50am - #17110 
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haha opps sorry i missed that link/post you gave me... haha thanks i got taht same site from my friend, haha thanks again thumbsup grin
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tony May 26, 6:05am - #17111 

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For our car, there is no need for camber kit. I have Sportline with 2" drop and the shop was able to adjust the camber back to OEM spec without camber kit. Don't let anyone tell you that you need it. That's just money down the drain. Hotchis's camber links are for adjustment on the fly. If you don't need that, then a good alignment is all you need.

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dea7hr0w May 26, 6:47am - #17112 
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Originally posted by tony:
For our car, there is no need for camber kit. I have Sportline with 2" drop and the shop was able to adjust the camber back to OEM spec with camber kit. Don't let anyone tell you you need it. That's just money down the drain. Hotchis's camber link are for adjustment of the fly. If you don't need that, then a good alignment is all you need.
but should i at least get some shocks ?
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Black Panther May 29, 9:16pm - #17113 
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Quote:
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by tony:
<strong>For our car, there is no need for camber kit. I have Sportline with 2" drop and the shop was able to adjust the camber back to OEM spec with camber kit. Don't let anyone tell you you need it. That's just money down the drain. Hotchis's camber link are for adjustment of the fly. If you don't need that, then a good alignment is all you need.</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">but should i at least get some shocks ?


Just wondering does this include the coilovers as well?

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Street Prototype May 30, 3:14am - #17114 

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Tony, yours are Springs but how about coilovers?

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celicapimp02 Jun 3, 8:10am - #17115 

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you should use a camber with coil over
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