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Old 05-25-2015, 06:49 PM   #1
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Caster Camber Plates and Strut Tower Brace

Looking at caster/camber plates on my V6 to handle some Eibach springs and lowering. Anyone know if you can still use your strut tower brace with these plates installed?
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I think only the 2 point strut tower brace is usable after camber caster plate installation. 4 point will be a no go because of the 5th added nut.
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My 2 point one works fine with them.
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You will be able to keep your strut tower bar.
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I have the Steeda cc and the studs are long enough to retain the strut bar like others have said. One issue I ran into was my Morroso oil air separator bracket needed to be drilled out a bit. So the studs are a bit bigger or wider.


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