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Old 09-03-2012, 07:12 PM   #1
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My spring and camber bolts should be here by Thursday and I was just wondering when I get it all installed should I get it aligned or should I let it sit for 2 weeks and let it settle then get it aligned?
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If you do it right you shouldn't need a re-alignment. And if you do then just take it to get it aligned right after install. Settling shouldn't cause any issues.
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Okay thank you soo much man I hope the super sports with no isos and 1 in the back stance looks good!!?
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Okay thank you soo much man I hope the super sports with no isos and 1 in the back stance looks good!!?
Well just look at my ride. I run H&R SS springs and X2Balljoints without spacers... I'm about as low as you'll be.
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When you mean without spacers do you mean like no isolators all around? If so what did you use instead of isos?
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When you mean without spacers do you mean like no isolators all around? If so what did you use instead of isos?
I have isos in but no spacers on the ball joints. Your car would be about .2-.3" higher in the front if you don't use isos. And yours will be about .2-.3" lower in the rear than mine.
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Alright good to know thanks a lot!!
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