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  • #46
    Hey Brad. I suspect you car is lower than stock. At the rear, to get rid of the excess camber and toe when lowering, I suggest that the first step should be to install roll center spacers that raise the subframe by 12mm (subframe gets 12mm closer to the body). It does a lot. I started offering weld-on kits about 13 years ago, but since then, some shops made urethane and delrin versions. Make sure you get 12mm spacers and studs in the kit, to fit between subframe and differential... If it is not enough, only then you should install adjusters...


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