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Old 08-03-2006, 07:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question about Camber kit ??????

After Lowering a bmw using H&R springs and Koni's do you have to use a front/rear camber kit ? I mean is it that bad of a camber where it messes with your tires ?
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what kinda h&r springs? if tis the race springs definatyle use the camber kit.
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No I wouldnt think they sent me Racing springs since I told the guy on the phone im wanting to lower the car for looks in a great stance and some great handleing on the highways. I just need to know if I need to buy this kit for front and rear camber correction or just not worry about it and put the springs and shocks on.
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i don't have them with h&r sports and my camber's been fine
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