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aykut
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aykut Nov 2, 2:25am - #57299 
2000 black Toyota Celica GT
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maryland
suspension- ground coilovers ?


I have ground coilovers on my car ( manual ones)the previous owner of my car put those on the car and i dunno how much he dropped the car but it is pretty low . today i talked with one my friends and he told me if i am using coilovers i have to rotate the tires in every 2 months . actually i dont understand why i am gonna rotate the tires in every 2 month. it is gonna be pain in the neck . is it true should i rotate the tires? right now my car looks really low even with the stock gt rims and i will get some rev model 10 17 ins on monday. could you give me some advice about the ground coilovers . i am ok with them they are just kind of tough but car looks really low and good. if i have to rotate and gonna feel the pain , i will plan to get the TRD springs and totally want to change the struts and shocks also . can somebody help me about my problem ? thanks
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fastceli2001
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fastceli2001 Nov 2, 2:36am - #57300 

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ive never herd of having to rotate your tires every 2 months. the only thing that would hurt your tires is if you camber is off, the lowness of your car has nothing to do with it. as long as the wheels dont look like this / \ then you should be fine thumbsup

a kid told me that celicas handle like crap... i laughed
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aykut
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aykut Nov 2, 2:53am - #57301 
2000 black Toyota Celica GT
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maryland
how can i understand that the camber is off ? right now the tires are not like /\ this but my friend tried to mean it can be like that so i scared really a lot i dunno wanna break down the whole suspension system
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