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Old 05-30-2014, 09:47 AM   #1
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Dropping the fox

So I live in a gated community with many speed bump so I won't be slamming the fox to the ground. The question that I have is; will camber plates be needed to drop it an inch? Thanks.
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Yes. Get the Maximum Motorsports ones. They are easily the best ones out there and dead silent too.
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I put Ford Racing B springs on my Fox, and had to get the CC plates. The springs lowered it right at an inch, and the shop could not get the alignment right without the plates. I got the Maximum Motorsport plates like Scotty mentioned, and haven't had any problems.


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Yes they will help dial it all in.
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