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im not sure if im in the right area but im just going to go ahead and ask this....

if i were to lower my car on coilovers (pro s/pro c), then would i need a front ADN rear camber kit? or just a rear camber kit? and do i have to have a shop install the camber kit for me? im not really sure how camber kits work and all that so any help would be nice. thanks!
 

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depends how low u go, front is almost guaranteed yes.. rear.. SHOULD be done, but ive been alright without it
 

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depends how low u go, front is almost guaranteed yes.. rear.. SHOULD be done, but ive been alright without it
why the front im slammed on pro-s and have -1 on the front which i think is fine and -2.7 in the rears i think if anything the rears need it more correct me if im wrong
 

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i cant really explain it too well, but basically the rear can live with a little bit of camber, but upfront is really where it "matters"


i THINK its because thats where ur power is coming from? I'd need some of the suspension guru's to really chime in here

I know the rear toe cant really get too outta whack, and the only thing u gotta worry about is the toe bc camber doesnt really wreck tires as fast as tires, but when i did mine, everyone told me i need a camber kit for the front, and to get the rear eventually.. well that never happened :pat:
 

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i think someone put it as if camber and toe had appetite for tires it'd be like

camber= a little bit over time

but

toe = nom nom nommm


:rotfl:
 
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