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Old 05-26-2014, 09:58 AM   #1
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Caster camber plates

As mentioned in a previous post I am replacing my factory struts in my 87 vert. Have several questions. In not interested in ever lowering the car. Age has a funny way of making you not bend over as much. What is the difference in aluminum and steel plates besides the material they are make of? Will a strut brace still fit after installing them and do I even need them if not lowering the car?
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You don't need them if you aren't lowering.
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You don't need them if you aren't lowering.
Good. I'll use the cash on the rear control arms. Thanks Scotty.
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Good. I'll use the cash on the rear control arms. Thanks Scotty.
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Also BMR make some nice arms.
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