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Old 10-09-2008, 02:31 PM
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Question. Dropped my 'lude 1.68 in the front and 1.81 in the rear, it evened it out very very nicely. Now I need to get a camber kit on there to deal with the neg camber and get it an alignment, obviously. So here's my question. What's good? What's not? What's everybody running? I've seen Ingalls, Eibach, SPC, Progress Technology, etc...

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um get the alignment done first... before you do the camber kit. often times, especially since you aren't lowered that much, the alignment will fix it.

and FYI. some camber is good. even a little out bit out of stock settings. and camber really isn't the cause of excess tire wear. what most people don't know is when you lower your car, the toe gets kicked in a bit too. that is what causes the excessive tire wear. and the alignment will fix that.

and seriously, this topic has been covered many times. if you search you will probably find your answer more quickly. i'm not the type to recommend a certain brand. its all about preference.
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um get the alignment done first... before you do the camber kit. often times, especially since you aren't lowered that much, the alignment will fix it.

and FYI. some camber is good. even a little out bit out of stock settings. and camber really isn't the cause of excess tire wear. what most people don't know is when you lower your car, the toe gets kicked in a bit too. that is what causes the excessive tire wear. and the alignment will fix that.

and seriously, this topic has been covered many times. if you search you will probably find your answer more quickly. i'm not the type to recommend a certain brand. its all about preference.


thanks drew. now i get the fun part




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wow..... how'd i forget to close it. lol. ooooops. thanks for the back up though neck.
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