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Hey I'm interested in lowering my car but dont want to pay for coilovers just yet. So I'm wondering if I just got say tein springs for example would my wheels start to wear funny or bow out after a while? I've heard they can but just wanna hear more opinions. thanks
 

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You should get a camber kit for the front and rear of the car when lowering the car. This will prolong the tire life and keep the car from having so much negative camber.
 

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TOE eats your tires. Having a little negative camber does not hurt at all it actually improves handling. I would'nt waste money on a camber kit unless i was dropping my car 2" or more. Im getting my Megan Racing Coilovers this saturday and ill be dropping my car 1.5" front and rear i have 20" on my civic. I won't be spending money on a camber kit
 

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With coilovers you have the ability to adjust the height, dampening if the coilover is dampening adjustable, and you can also make some more adjustments if you have pillow ball mounts.
 
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