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Old 03-31-2004, 01:00 PM   #1
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CAn anyone let me know if this is true I was told I do not need a camber kits for my car where my car is dropped 1.6 inches I was told only if a seceed 1.8 is this true.Do not want to primaturley wear out my tires


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i got 1.8 drop and no rubing with the fender, depends what rim size you got, i have 16"s and thinking about some 2.0" or 2.2" drop
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CAn anyone let me know if this is true I was told I do not need a camber kits for my car where my car is dropped 1.6 inches I was told only if a seceed 1.8 is this true.Do not want to primaturley wear out my tires
You need a rear alignment kit on any drop. Your camber will get messed up later on. Ive talked about this a few times. Had a friend that dropped his and didnt get the kit. It fell into factory specs pretty much. But later on he had some bad camber problems. I just got mine lowered a few weeks ago and added the rear kit. All is well and wont have to be replacing tires in the near future.
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