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Old 08-19-2011, 06:51 PM   #1
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Just ordered the eibach pro kit with dampers, and also the BMR adjustable polyurethane panhard bar.... Can anyone tell me if I need anything else for a correct drop?? I want to do this right the 1st time, and I don't want to go crazy and replace my whole suspension... Just enough to have a good ride.

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Do I need a strut mount??
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Some have used the GT500 strut mounts but thats all up to you.
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Some have used the GT500 strut mounts but thats all up to you.
I've heard about them, are they ok to use on eibachs?
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Re: Lowering

YOU will most likely need camber plates. To correct the camber in the front.

As far as the strut mounts you will not need them unless you are changing shocks as well. This is what I have seen from most.
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If u want to go the right way get the c/c plates and the isolators!!!!
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YOU will most likely need camber plates. To correct the camber in the front.

As far as the strut mounts you will not need them unless you are changing shocks as well. This is what I have seen from most.
I am getting the shocks as well, I'm trying the stage 2 kit eibach pro with dampers.... If I get the CC plates, I won't need camber bolt??
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I am getting the shocks as well, I'm trying the stage 2 kit eibach pro with dampers.... If I get the CC plates, I won't need camber bolt??
If I am trakcing right you will not need the camber bolts with the camber plates. They give enough adjustment.

With the shocks you will want to GT500 strut mounts. Best price I have seen was on AM with the discount. That or Latemodelrestoration.
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If I am trakcing right you will not need the camber bolts with the camber plates. They give enough adjustment.

With the shocks you will want to GT500 strut mounts. Best price I have seen was on AM with the discount. That or Latemodelrestoration.
Ok cool I figured that's what I need, so the GT500 mounts are ok with the eibach struts and springs?
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Ok cool I figured that's what I need, so the GT500 mounts are ok with the eibach struts and springs?
Yes. It is the way they they sit. The 5.0 ones are different then the GT500 ones. It is what every one is switching to.
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