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Old 02-19-2013, 11:32 AM   #36
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Originally Posted by Kcstunna82 View Post
OK so what I get everyone is telling me as long as I dont get any sping that goes past 1.5 ich drop I should be good without getting anythin else like cc plates,bolts and adj panhard bars. I will probably get those things later if needed when i change the shock and struts but not now.
You WILL need a panhard bar. I shifted almost 3/4 with the 1" inch drop. Eyeing it isn't enough. Measure it. Nothing bad happens if it is shifted really, but without a panhard you will lose some traction on the street with a shifted axle.

And, you may not noticeably need an alignment but alignment is almost always skewed afterwards. Just that sometimes it is so small, it isn't a difference big enough to make you want to align it.

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Old 02-19-2013, 11:48 AM   #37
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The March issue of MM&FF had a nice a write up of a steeda lowering kit on a 2007 GT. They had a adjust the third link above the rear end and it didn't need an alignment. It literally has the same stance as mine, has a bit of negative camber but is in spec. I think they got the 1" drop for the front and 1.25" rear. They did say it shifted the rear end about 3/4 to the left.

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