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hi, well i recently ordered some intrax lowering springs for my 2000 mustang in hopes of dropping my car at least 2 in or more. Now im debating whether caster/camber plates will really be necessary. I know its recommended but what do u guys think? How important is it?
 

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it depends on what shop you take it to, some won't do it without them, but I found one that would..you might need shorter shocks too..
 

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Go w/ the caster/camber plates.The c/c plates will bring the suspension geometry back to its correct position so the front end of your car can be correctly aligned.I just installed a set of the Maximum motorsports c/c plates on my '04 GT.Easy to install,plus they have the 4 bolt design where some c/c plates have a three bolt design.Google c/c plates for your year car.Hope this helped,good luck.
 
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