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camber kit?

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    camber kit?

    do i need a camber kit or can i just get an alignment for my lowered ex sedan 93

    Usually if its lower than about 2-2.5" then you should get the kit. My buddy has a 2.5" drop and he dosn't have a camber kit, rides awsome and tires seem to wear even...

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      Bare minimum, get the toe adjusted, that is a must. You're sitting pretty low though, so a camber kit up front and washers in the rear would def. help. You are probably going to run into frozen toe adjusters in the rear, very common




          Yea, get a camber kit, and THEN take it to get aligned. The shop will be able to adjust the camber the correct way. That's the only thing they couldn't adjust on the front of my car, and I'm sittin' on a 3" drop, so the front end alignment was nice, but my tires still wear pretty bad inside. This is if, as eazy said, if you're going 2-2.5" or lower. Either way, they're nice to have.
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