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Old 03-22-2015, 02:14 PM   #1
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QA1 Camber Plates

Anyone have an experience with the QA1 caster camber plates? I'm planning on lowering my car about an inch and a half and I've been looking into camber plates. I know the SR ones aren't too good. Are these any good?


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Maybe you just need camberbolts..


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You might not even need to get camber plates if you plan on lowering it and inch and a half. But camber plates won't hurt. But MM plates are the only ones you should be getting if you were to get some.


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OP may be able to get away without CC plates. I only barely needed them with H&R supersports, at least according to the tech who did my alignment. He said he thought he could have got it really close without them. I'm lowered about 1 3/4" with them. May not at least be a bad idea to install the camber bolts though at least they will be there if need be. I've heard of mustang's needing both CC plates and camber bolts to get back in spec but That's at 2.5" or lower I believe.

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