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Old 06-29-2005, 03:24 PM   #1
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1.6" drop, no c/c plates

ok lets say i can afford to have my car dropped w/ shocks/struts but no c/c plates.

will the 1.6" front/ 1.5" rear drop of the h&r sports affect my tire wear at all? or will i be cool w/ an alignment

edit: yes i ask a lotta c/c plate questions...
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You will need C&C plates period!!!! End of statement!!!!!
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You will need c/c plates more than I do, and that's a definite.
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you will need them since the stock specs can not be adjusted, the only thing you can tamper with is the tie rods...

get a good set of MM 4 bolt cc plates trust me... they are well worth it. If they were like 1k I could see it but tehy are only 200 bucks... not very much to get your tires ALOT farther..

save up and get the mm cc plates and you will be happy.
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You will need C&C plates period!!!! End of statement!!!!!
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I have a 1.7" drop and my tires are history
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hmm ok i guess i'll go ahead and do them
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dont skimp on them, get the 4 bolt mm cc plates and install them for max camber
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I got a C spring w/ a cut coil, and I'll need them. No tire wear or anything yet, but I think I can see the angle of the tires. So YES. I didn't get a 1.6" drop fully either.
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