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Old 09-24-2009, 10:38 PM   #41
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having just watched a video on this today (lol) I can completely vouch for this 100%

now I didn't read so I dunno what's really been discussed.

I'm getting ready to do a 1.8" drop, front and rear, with the SVT damper kit as well. I'm guessing I'm gonna have a crap load of negative camber since it has to sit so low, right? and those stupid guys at the shop I went to......they set my toe to 0* so I gotta fix that. luckily I know what I'm doing with that rack. LOL.
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