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I installed these today on my si coupe and then took my car to the shop to get an allignment.

The guy then told me i will need to raise my back coils up an inch or so because the size tire and offset of wheel i am running would just rub constanly when he adjusts the camber.

My question is can i adjust the camber arms out a little so i can correct some of the camber(even though its not that bad, and there is barely any tire wear)I would like to do this until i can get 215/45/17 instead of what im running right now 225/45/17

Help pleasee!
 

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thanks but i am gunna wait till i go through these tires before i change tires, i know if i go back to the normal stock size i should be okay.

Can i make that adjustment on the camber arms though?
 

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Many members will adjust their camber to the negative bias in order to "tuck" their wheels/tires into their fender. Sometimes, if needed, they will also "roll" the inside edge of the fender opening under to make additional room.
 
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