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DanteGTS
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Dec 30, 8:26pm - #362197 
TRD Coilover - After installed, do I need Camber Kit?

hey guys,

I just installed TRD coilover on my car and drop it to TRD specs. Now i'm wondering if I need to buy camber kit to correct the alignment. Does anyone know? thumbsup

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Dec 30, 9:38pm - #362198 
you shouldn't need to adjust the camber if the drop is not too crazy...

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Dec 30, 10:22pm - #362199 
You don't need it w/a 1" drop.

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DanteGTS
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Dec 30, 10:27pm - #362200 
i drop the from 1.68" and the rear 1.75" do i still need the camber kit?

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Dec 30, 10:29pm - #362201 
When I had my Celi I had Tanabe coilovers and I dropped the front 1.5" and 2" in the rear & my camber was fine...I never had any problems, so you'll be fine grin

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DanteGTS
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Dec 31, 1:24pm - #362202 
thanks, in the dealer getting the alignment done. they said they can get the alignment to factory specs. waiting for the results...

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DanteGTS
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Jan 1, 3:18am - #362203 
yeah, it can be done if you follow the drop specs of TRD. no camber kits required but the alignment cost $130...

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Jan 1, 12:18pm - #362204 
It would have been cheaper if you would have gone to a tire shop. Mine was only $50.

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Jan 1, 3:10pm - #362205 
mine was free because when i bought my Rims/tires i ordered them through NTB... and i made some deals with the guy.. 3 free oil changes.. a years worth of free alignments... and free balancing.. basically i paid for the RIms and tires with no labor


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