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Old 08-03-2012, 12:46 PM   #1
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Was just wondering, do u have to replace the camber plates when you lower the car?
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Re: lowering springs

They are best if you lower 1.5" or more because the tires will tend to start to rub against the wheel well when you turn your wheels. Any lowering less than that and i wouldn't worry about them.
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thanks, is that usually the amount that its lowered to?
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Re: lowering springs

1.25 to 1.5 seems to be the most common to most people.
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awesome thanks. I had called am earlier and he told me i should get the plates, he didnt inform me of what u told me. I guess i will go with 1.25.
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I got camber bolts when I did mine. There work, but take a lot more effort to get right. Retrospectively, I wish I would have just got plates
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