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Old 10-04-2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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I plan on lowering my fox about an 1.5 inch. I know I should probably get camber plates but how many shops actually know how to use these plates for a proper alignment?
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You need camber plates if your lowering your car or your gonna speed lots of money on tires!!! Any speed shop, mechanic, or ford dealer can instal them!!

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You need camber plates if your lowering your car or your gonna speed lots of money on tires!!! Any speed shop, mechanic, or ford dealer can instal them!!
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You need camber plates if your lowering your car or your gonna speed lots of money on tires!!! Any speed shop, mechanic, or ford dealer can instal them!!

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Thanks man, but I know how to install them. Its just how many shops know how to use them in order to properly alignment a vehicle? Dont these require more precision when it comes to alignment?
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Thanks man, but I know how to install them. Its just how many shops know how to use them in order to properly alignment a vehicle? Dont these require more precision when it comes to alignment?
The allow more precision and options. They're not complicated and any shop should be able to set them properly.
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