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TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S #94664 Jan 31, 8:35pm Jan 31, 8:35pm
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TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S
hey im planning on getting TRD springs with 18in wheels does this mean i have to do something about the camber? i really dont wanna lower it that much so i figure i should go with TRD but would i need 2 do something about that camber? and what do you guys think if i only lowered the rear with TRD springs would both ends match height? (i have a TRD body kit)


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Re: TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S [Re: silverceli21] #94665 Jan 31, 8:36pm Jan 31, 8:36pm
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i dont think you would have to do anything.

Re: TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S [Re: silverceli21] #94666 Jan 31, 8:44pm Jan 31, 8:44pm
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don't just lower your rear, do the full kit. Front only drops like 1 inch, rear drops almost 2, it looks really good that way. camber shouldn't be bad with TRD springs. I would recommend getting some TRD shocks or high performance shocks to go along with the springs.


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Re: TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S [Re: silverceli21] #94667 Jan 31, 9:03pm Jan 31, 9:03pm
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cool thanx. . . .and ur right i might as well do the whole car


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Re: TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S [Re: silverceli21] #94668 Jan 31, 9:35pm Jan 31, 9:35pm
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Yeah don't worry about the cambers. My friend and I installed the full set of srings, about an 2 hours for the back and 10 mins for the front. Fortunatly the back shocks are somewhat hard to take out, plus it was the first time we ever installed them on a celica. But it looks nice, looks better when they start to settle. thumbsup thumbsup

Re: TRD LOWERING SPRING ?'S [Re: silverceli21] #94669 Jan 31, 9:51pm Jan 31, 9:51pm
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don't need to to anything...

TRD lowers front and rear 1 inch, so get that thumbsup


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