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I've seen these around, but have zero idea of what they are.

Alright suspension whores...who wants to enlighten me
 

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they correct the negative camber on your tires do to lowering..... when your tires look like this....

/ \ ----- to this ----- | |

camber kits will save your tires from uneven tire wear...
 


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A couple of good links from my forum:

http://www.civichatchback.com/board/showthread.php?s=&threadid=9601

http://www.civichatchback.com/board/showthread.php?s=&threadid=7930
 

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Originally posted by "OZ99"

A couple of good links from my forum:
i dont get it, your drive a coupe, but CHB is your forum? lol :what:
 


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Originally posted by "SeanJohn1802"

OZ99 said:
A couple of good links from my forum:
i dont get it, your drive a coupe, but CHB is your forum? lol :what:
He's the suspension forum mod, that's why. :wink: He's a total suspension freak! :lol:
 

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so should a camber kit only be bought under certain circumstances? or should one buy it if they got the money to? (i have no idea how much these things go for)
 

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should be ~$200...... you should get one if you lower your car and want to spare your tires.
 

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does the company matter?

and could it be done without have a professional do it?
 

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Originally posted by "Rice4Brains"

does the company matter?

and could it be done without have a professional do it?
Ingalls is the brand to go with. :wink: Depending on your how comfortable you are working on your car and the availabiltiy of tools and preferably a Helm's manual, one could do it. Be sure to get an alignment immediately after though.
 

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i would say ingalls too.......... and i can swap them in for you........
 



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