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Feb 7, 12:20pm - #6620 
hotchitkis rear camber links

hey can sum1 help mee out. IM loweriqn my car today at a shop and I asked how much is the installation for da rear kits.. they was like 200 dollars!! i know dey dont realli cost dat much including da wheel alignment. CAn someone help meeh out? DOes it realli cost 200 dollars or dey're just tryqin to rip me off...

another question..since im just lowerinq it..can i just slap on da camber kits on the celica without the wheel alignment??


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Feb 7, 12:27pm - #6621 
is it just bolt on or wat? or there are hella steps for it?


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Feb 7, 12:48pm - #6622 
hmm runniqn out of time..im just going to take da car to da shop and just lower it for now..and ill installl da camber links myself and get an wheel alignment for it so it align da links in the right position...some1 please respond to da above questions.


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Feb 7, 2:06pm - #6623 
me, i just installed myself with help of my dad..took me 2 1/2 hours to install.. hard part is the rear coz you have to take off all the plastic panel at the back to get the 6 screws (3 on each side) for the rear. i havent hav my wheels align yet but the s[ring is a 2" drop (tanabe df210) i hope this helps

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Feb 7, 2:26pm - #6624 
damn, 2 hrs and a half??? just lookinq at da installation, it seems as if it just going to take less than a hour. The hardest part i dink would be jacking up da car. Did you do any twists with da camber kits or just you installed it as it is ?? thx for ur response.


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Feb 7, 4:00pm - #6625 
well the front springs are easy but the rear part is where i go slow because i did not took off the plastic molding first before i jack the rear and take off the tires. o by the way the spring itself is easy to install into the shocks at the rear rather than the front. we used a clamp to press the spring a little bit to fit it... anyway it looks nice now even with my 15" wheels...

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Feb 7, 4:42pm - #6626 
he is talking about the spring installation i think, rear cambers should only take a couple of minutes, i did my own.

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Feb 7, 5:48pm - #6627 
yeah, im talkin about the spring installation

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