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So last night I was on am looking at what they have new and I found myself a pair of lowering springs. And I found a cheaper pair at latemodelrestoration.com which a good site btw. And I bought a set of sve ajustable lowering springs and ill have them by Wednesday. Any tips on how to make the install easier? And ill be posting pictures asap!
 

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Spring installs are a breeze in most cases...just have a set of wrenches, a prybar or big flat head, and a can of pb blaster
 

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Sounds good. They ship out Monday and get here by Wednesday, ill post pictures asap.
 

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the SVE springs?
 

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Well me and my dad were supposed to install them tonight but "something came up" and now I have to hold it off till Saturday. But I will forsure post pictures.
 

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The SVE's sit low. Might run out of Camber. All depends on what else is installed too. I heard great things about those springs, for the price.
 

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I was worried about the whole camber thing, what all goes into that?
 

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Bamman said:
I was worried about the whole camber thing, what all goes into that?
Just some new CC (caster/camber) plates will solve that problem
 

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Thanks for that I'm putting the springs in tomorrow and ill probably get an alignment for the front and get camber plates a little bit later down the road.
 

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Usually past 1.5" drop you need them
 
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