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Icon5 car is scrubbing in the rear...

I have a 98 prelude SH with 225/40/18. I want to know if i put a camber kit in the back would it keep my car from scrubbing in the rear or would i just need to get smaller tires?
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Re: car is scrubbing in the rear...

get smaller tires, there is a thread around here that tells you the tires sizes you can run with no rubbing.
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