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Old 09-12-2012, 08:38 PM   #1
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Cc plates or cam bolts?

My car is lowered about 1.75 inches and the inside of the tire is wearing on both sides. Should I do caster camber plates, or can bolts? Or both?
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I would do caster/camber plates. It would allow for more adjustability
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I did just can bolts and that's what mine is about and it aligned great!!! A lot cheaper to for bolts and no drilling.
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I have H&R race springs and camber bolts. I used mine to add more negative camber for autocross, but they can give you 1.6 degrees either direction.
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Where would you pick up camber bolts
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They are 30 bucks on late model restoration
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I got mine from American Muscle.
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