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Old 01-11-2014, 10:36 AM   #1
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Alignment needed after lowering springs?

Did anyone need an alignment after putting lowering springs on their car? I just installed Eibach Sportlines and a BMR panhard bar last night, was just wondering if anyone needed an alignment after installing them.

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Old 01-11-2014, 12:16 PM   #2
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Simply? Yes. Always get an alignment immediately after lowering a vehicle.
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Immediately??? I always gave it a week to allow the springs to settle before I had my alignments done.
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Simply? Yes. Always get an alignment immediately after lowering a vehicle.
All wrong, not immediately do it when ever you want too. Hell I never did one on my new edge didn't need too.
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I would let the springs set for a week or so just to get it close to the final stance before aligning. You should definitely get the alignment though. If you don't you'll end up being the goodyear salesman's best buddy.
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Thanks everyone! I'm just gonna do one this weekend when I do my oil change. I think there the littlest bit of camber in my front wheels but other than that the panhard bar took care if the back. Thanks everyone!

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Old 01-14-2014, 12:48 PM   #7
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I have a sn95 with spotline I gave it a week as well but in Washington are roads are full of pot holes so I paid extra to be able to take in and get aligiements done for free as long as I own that car
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