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how low can you go with out camber kit ? #51764 Oct 7, 7:02am Oct 7, 7:02am
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how low can you go with out camber kit ?
I got eibach springs all around. I was noticing some tire wear on the inside of my tires, from the camber being a little off. b4 i go the the shop, i wanted to know how low can you drop a car b4 you need a camber kit??? Also, do i need a camber kit with my springs?????

Re: how low can you go with out camber kit ? [Re: nyc_gts] #51765 Oct 7, 7:39am Oct 7, 7:39am
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Usually more than 2 inches and you need a camber kit ... camber has nothing to do with the springs.

Any good alignment shop should know exactly what to do.

Re: how low can you go with out camber kit ? [Re: nyc_gts] #51766 Oct 7, 6:19pm Oct 7, 6:19pm
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if your lower than two and you want a camer kit . ihave one in the box never used .u see i had planed on putting then on until i bagged it. now all i have to do is hit a switch and raise it up. so if you wnat it i'll give it to you 4 $20.00 hit me up


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Re: how low can you go with out camber kit ? [Re: RicePowered] #51767 Oct 7, 7:04pm Oct 7, 7:04pm
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Originally Posted by RicePowered
Usually more than 2 inches and you need a camber kit ... camber has nothing to do with the springs.

Any good alignment shop should know exactly what to do.


lowering your car causes the camber to be a lil off as a result of the after market springs replacing the old ones.


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Re: how low can you go with out camber kit ? [Re: HATEDon] #51768 Oct 8, 8:47am Oct 8, 8:47am
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is it for the front or the back that you wanna sell for 20

Re: how low can you go with out camber kit ? [Re: nyc_gts] #51769 Oct 8, 8:32pm Oct 8, 8:32pm
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the eibachs are the same as the TRDs right?

from what i've seen/heard you shouldn't have to worry unless you are really slammed. from what i gather as long as your tire wear isn't severely off, a little neg camber is good for handling


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Re: how low can you go with out camber kit ? [Re: HATEDon] #51770 Oct 8, 8:59pm Oct 8, 8:59pm
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hey HATEDON, what are those cambers for fronts or back and have still got them??

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