Guess I'm just a ricer thenLaser02 said:Lowering without shocks and struts is for ricers like Brent.
Also, lowering without CC plates is for ricers, too. Anybody who says you don't need CC plates and an alignment after lowering is a douchebag. Unless you lower like .5". I dropped with Steeda springs and everyone was like: "Nah, you don't need CC plates or an alignment. That's not a big enough drop."
Well, **** you, everyone. Because my front tires were worn so bad on one side of the tire after a few thousand miles. You should all buy me a new set of Kumhos.
You definitely do not need them. But if you don't get them you are only lowering for appearance and to mess up your alignment. For performance and handling you need new shocks and struts. And you might as well do it all at once, like dark said.Brent said:You dont need to buy Shocks and Struts just to lower. You can add that later on. C&C plates I would recommend getting.
You dont adjust them the place giving you the alignment does.steedav6builder said:Ok i was hoping i didnt have to do shocks and struts but i am deff not doing it for just looks. So i guess ill just have to save up a little longer and get the whole package. And about the cc plates, how the hell do you adjust them, and if i bring my car to have all the **** put on will the alignment place know? :wtf2:
Usually that is the case. Depending on how large your drop is, you can usually get an alignment without CCs to correct it. But you can definitely correct it with CCs, and have them dial in positive caster and negative camber at the same time for better handling.ZimStang said:I got a perfect alignment without CC plates