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Old 09-04-2013, 07:30 AM   #1
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Remove the struts without messing up Camber/Toe

Is there a way to do this? I have cc plates, I was thinking removing the struts without loosening the cc plates, would that mess up my camber/toe?
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Anyone? 1slosix, i could use some help over here!
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You will always mess it up when removing the lower half of the strut, but if you're lucky it'll be minimal. I seem to have that luck at least.
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You will always mess it up when removing the lower half of the strut, but if you're lucky it'll be minimal. I seem to have that luck at least.
Dang, i guess I'll just wait til next summer and get it done and an alignment as well since I just got one.

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Thanks for the help though. I appreciate it!
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