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Old 12-16-2011, 01:03 AM   #1
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Camber plates question

Hey guys my springs came in today and I'm going to install them tomorrow. Everyone's telling me to get camber plates. So do I need to get em for all 4 or for just the front
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Hey guys my springs came in today and I'm going to install them tomorrow. Everyone's telling me to get camber plates. So do I need to get em for all 4 or for just the front
The front
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The front
Ok kool thanks

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The front
And I'm looking on eBay some say 3 bolt and some 4 bolt which ones doin need
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I believe you need the 4bolts, all the ones I've seen for 99-up are 4bolts. I would probably stay away from the eBay brands unless they are name brand. Cheap brands tend to rattle and/or lose their setting.
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I'm gettin bbk brand
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I'm gettin bbk brand
Hey, get maximum motorsports brand. They're know as the very best brand of cc plates for our years.
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Hey, get maximum motorsports brand. They're know as the very best brand of cc plates for our years.
That's what I have on my 95.
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Ok I'll check those out
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Hey, get maximum motorsports brand. They're know as the very best brand of cc plates for our years.
Probably for all years, that's what I'm using on my 93.

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Decently priced too.
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Probably for all years, that's what I'm using on my 93.
Ha, true, but don't the 79-04 all use the same cc plates? But true... Even for the 05-09s they're known as the very best you can get.
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Ha, true, but don't the 79-04 all use the same cc plates? But true... Even for the 05-09s they're known as the very best you can get.
There are differences but they don't look too much different.
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Get 4bolt. You have to drill a 4th hole but a good kit comes with templates for drilling. The 3 bolt design tends to not handle stress well. I had a set of 3 bolts with coil overs and I ended up with a strut through my hood.
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Ok will do
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You can always get a set of cam bolts, they are around $30 on AM.
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How much all said and done parts and shop time does it cost to get it lowerd
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Re: Camber plates question

1"-1.5" drop= Lowering springs, C/C Plates, highly suggest saving for struts=shocks (Bilstein,Koni,Tokico,KYB,ect..)
2"-2.5" drop= Lowering springs C/C Plates, shocks/struts, optional X-2 balljoints & bumpsteer kit.
-Alignment + wheel balanced
Labor will vary. I did it myself & it took me 10 hours. First timer.
I bought my parts one by one slowly but always knew which parts I wanted. I got 2"+ drop with: Ford Racing "B" springs, Fox Body KYB shocks/struts, MM C/C Plates, MM Bumpsteer kit, X-2 Balljoints.
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1"-1.5" drop= Lowering springs, C/C Plates, highly suggest saving for struts=shocks (Bilstein,Koni,Tokico,KYB,ect..)
2"-2.5" drop= Lowering springs C/C Plates, shocks/struts, optional X-2 balljoints & bumpsteer kit.
-Alignment + wheel balanced
Labor will vary. I did it myself & it took me 10 hours. First timer.
I bought my parts one by one slowly but always knew which parts I wanted. I got 2"+ drop with: Ford Racing "B" springs, Fox Body KYB shocks/struts, MM C/C Plates, MM Bumpsteer kit, X-2 Balljoints.
BEFORE:

AFTER:
I'm going 1.8 in the back and 2.0 in the front. I'll post up pics later so you would recommend cc plates and shocks?
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Re: Camber plates question

Yeah. stangsuspension.com & maximummotorsports.com have the best parts to choose from.
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