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Nemesis Feb 2, 7:39am - #95369 

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Hotchkis Camber Links!

Just installed my rear Hotchkis Camber links. Install was pretty easy once I got the stock cambers off. The whole installation took about 3 hours. Here are some pix. Just gotta get the wheels alligned and balanced now. Price of the links; $243.27 shipped from: http://www.suprastore.com/hotsporrearc.html

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spaztikid Feb 2, 7:42am - #95370 
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cool... was your camber off before?
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Nemesis Feb 2, 7:43am - #95371 

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Here's another!
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Nemesis Feb 2, 7:46am - #95372 

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Yeah camber was off. My left rear wheel was angled in pretty bad. No place that I had taken it for an allignment could do it without a camber kit.

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My Sixth Gear Feb 2, 7:48am - #95373 
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what kind of springs do you have?

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Nemesis Feb 2, 7:53am - #95374 

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Some type of coilovers. Got em as a gift from my cousin out in Florida. Might be OBX. Don't quote me on that though.

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My Sixth Gear Feb 2, 8:02am - #95375 
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how low did they lower them

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Nemesis Feb 2, 8:07am - #95376 

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I'm pretty sure below 2". The rear fender is just above the stock tire line, so I'm sure that's well below 2".

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LinkTallica Feb 2, 8:23am - #95377 

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good pics thumbsup
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Nemesis Feb 2, 8:28am - #95378 

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Thanx, owe it all to my Sony Digi Cam.

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Eyger Feb 2, 9:06am - #95379 

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Nice install! Camber kits in my opinion are the best mod that will help you out in the future. You won't be spending as much money on tires. Camber kits = Good

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Evan Feb 2, 11:30pm - #95380 

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Nice thumbsup

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VSGTS14 Feb 3, 12:42am - #95381 

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dammmmmmmmmnnnnnnnn NICE! thumbsup

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hephaestus Feb 3, 2:36am - #95382 
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Those camber links are great. Congratulations. Just curious, what was done in the front to correct the camber problem if any?
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Nemesis Feb 3, 8:49am - #95383 

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No problem with the front camber. thumbsup

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