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01-29-2013 04:21 AM
giofrgs27 I ditch the h&r springs and went with the 1.5 frpp springs to match the my frpp shocks and struts... now I have people telling me that I need to purchase an alignment kit so I won't burn through tires quickly . so is the kit really needed for such a mild drop? ... I'm confused now haha! are any of u guys running a pro alignment kit? ...with professional installation and a good alignment with correct toe aligning my tires should wear evenly rt?
01-27-2013 08:34 AM
macdiesel H&R race springs, no camber bolts here.
01-25-2013 08:50 PM
gondorian Honestly adjustable upper control arms are cheaper than tires so I don't know why you wouldn't get them.
01-25-2013 04:19 AM
giofrgs27 i already have frpp dampers .. wondering if I should buy h&r springs or frpp springs both are around the same price ... I have also research both springs and haven't found any bad reviews both say 1.5 drop which is what I would like .
01-24-2013 10:07 PM
TheGlassMaker Then get the frpp kit from ford gives you the .5 drop same as the SVT.

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01-24-2013 09:26 PM
giofrgs27 yes h&r sport springs 1.5 inch drop, I don't want my car that low lol
01-24-2013 01:13 PM
rambleon84 Which H&R springs? If they are the sport springs, those are less than 1.5" and you shouldn't have any real issues.

If you found a set of cup kit springs that are 2"+ drop then you might have some camber issues.
01-24-2013 12:30 PM
giofrgs27 once again thanks guys .... I can't wait to drop my focus!
01-24-2013 09:11 AM
vermen1993 I'm running 2" drop springs on mine, as long as you have no toe (get a good alignment), the camber won't make to much of a difference. Just to be sure, I rotate my tires front to back every month or so just so all wheels get even camber wear, along with the usual rotations that you're supposed to do anyways.
01-24-2013 03:55 AM
TheGlassMaker Nope mine.
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