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Nov 17, 9:29pm - #329463 
Camber ?

If I get Eibach Sportline Springs, do I really need camber at the front and rear or just the rear only ? It a 1.8 drop at the front and 2.4 drop at the rear.

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Nov 17, 10:36pm - #329464 
well with that drop you're going to get some pretty negative camber in the rear, it's really up to you if you want to correct it. your rear tires will wear unevenly but it might be better for cornering(depending on how your car behaves).


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Nov 17, 10:38pm - #329465 
I would definately recomend camber for the front and rear. With a low drop on a celica the rear has INSANE negative camber...and the front somehow gets positive camber. cry

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Nov 17, 10:42pm - #329466 
how do you fix the camber, do you take it to a shop and they adjust it?

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Nov 17, 10:44pm - #329467 
adjustable camber links, hotchkis makes them


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Nov 17, 10:48pm - #329468 
Some guy told me, we cant put camber at the front. At the rear I will get some hotchkis camber but I dont know about the front.

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Nov 17, 10:52pm - #329469 
i have 2.25 in front and 2.5 in front and I barely need camber adjustment. but every car can be different


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Nov 17, 10:58pm - #329470 
whoever does your alignment after you drop should be able to tell you if you need the links or not. i know one guy that has his car dropped at least 2", and hes never had a problem.

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Nov 17, 11:08pm - #329471 
Im going to take to a shop to drop it. I have TRD spring but I want it lower with 18 inch. I just want to know if I really need camber. I might just keep car my after all grin

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Nov 17, 11:08pm - #329472 
I have eibach sportlines in my car. YOu don't need a camber kit for it. Just a good alignment shop. No uneven tire wear for me for over a year now. Shop was able to adjust it to normal specs.

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Nov 18, 9:40am - #329473 
...could you use the hotchkis camber links w/ the tein basic damper coilover system?... thumbsdown thumbsup..r does tein have the camber links too??????????


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Nov 18, 9:59am - #329474 
I have the eibach prokit springs and my rear camber is pretty bad for just a 1.2" drop and if ur getting the sportlines it will prolly be double what mine is so you will at least need the rear fixed, but the front prolly wont be to bad but should be on you list to fix.


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Nov 20, 12:16am - #329475 
I got the H&R's because I was too scared to get the sportlines - I think I got about 1.8 drop in the front, 2.0 in the rear, and no camber problems at all - and, they're a bit cheaper then the sportlines. I don't have any problems with clearance either..

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Nov 20, 6:10am - #329476 
thanks guys thumbsup

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Nov 21, 12:30am - #329477 
Camber doesn't affect your tire wear, it's the toe in or out that determines your tire's lifespan.

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Nov 21, 8:26pm - #329478 
when I got my springs put on (again I got the H&R's) the rear wheel camber looked pretty bad - so I took it back to the shop. It turns out the guy who did the intsall races, and was telling me that my tires allowed for .9 degrees of tilt, so thats what he set them at because it will improve the handleing. I told him to straighten them out so my tires wear more evenly - he couldn't quite get it back to 0 degrees, but close enough

hope that helps you out

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Nov 21, 8:30pm - #329479 
Originally Posted by silver
Camber doesn't affect your tire wear, it's the toe in or out that determines your tire's lifespan.


What? how could screwed up camber not destroy the inside edge of your tire - watch a formula1 race, and you can see the tires bald on the inside edges.. please advise if Im incorrect

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Nov 21, 9:45pm - #329480 
^ or nascar


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Nov 21, 10:36pm - #329481 
i've had my sportlines on for about 1/2 a year and i have no camber issues with stock camber links...

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Nov 23, 8:21am - #329482 
how much is a camber kit??

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Nov 23, 1:19pm - #329483 
they run about 250 thats why I got prokit springs so I didn't need a kit.

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