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Old 08-27-2011, 10:25 PM   #1
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Caster camber plates

Does anyone know If I would need to get caster camber plates for for a lowering kit that only does .75" in the front and .50" in the rear?
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Hm doubt it. Then again I needed it for my drop with the frpp c springs which was about 1"-1.25" which is what they're advertised as. I feel like my front dropped more than that though. Curious as to why such a small drop?
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Well I need new springs but I didn't really want a big drop. I was hoping for stock height but they don't make performance springs at stock height. So ford racing makes this kit with just a bit of drop for not too bad of a price.
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Re: Caster camber plates

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Does anyone know If I would need to get caster camber plates for for a lowering kit that only does .75" in the front and .50" in the rear?
i dont think you dont need c.c. plates for only ".75 drop". typicaly 1.5 or more u need c.c. plates. sum ppl get them for 1.0 drop, but its kinda up to u.
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Ok sweet! That's saves me a couple hundred $$!
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Re: Caster camber plates

if its just .75 or so you will probably be ok overall, but thats such a little drop, unless the rate is stiff you wont notice any difference
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