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Hotchkis springs #231752 Jul 25, 10:39am Jul 25, 10:39am
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Westminster, CA
Hotchkis springs
just out of curiosity, do you need the rear camber links if you get these springs? i was thinking about getting them from bottle in the GB fourms but unsure whether to get the links as well.

second question, would 18's be good to put on these? no wheel scrapping or anything, since they're close to a 2" drop...i also plan on getting a 12" sub and amps later on, would that bog the back down a lot?

thanks

Re: Hotchkis springs [Re: initial_D] #231753 Jul 25, 11:40am Jul 25, 11:40am

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You need camber links with a 2 inch drop or more. I would go ahead and get them cause doesnt the hotchkis springs drop 1 7/8" in the back. Also after install of the springs and links a good alignment will be needed.

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