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Old 01-27-2013, 11:29 PM   #22
Albarry
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just so everyone knows my car is sitting on sportlines with a full coil cut off front and rear, and that is about as low as you can go with out major suspension work, unless you just don't care about bump steer or anything, and if you run anything 1 1/2 inches lower you will need to get the rear adjustable control arms, to bring your camber back to spec.
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