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Old 12-16-2013, 01:22 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by chuckclanton View Post
Will lowering springs put the rear camber range too negative?
This is a very vague question and I guess the best answer would be that it depends on what you are doing with the car and how low you are wanting to go. What is too much negative rear camber for you? If you are going to be doing some handling style stuff with the car where some negative camber is a good thing than that can easily be achieved with the factory hardware when using lowering springs. If you trying to get close to zero camber in the rear with lowering springs and factory hardware it won't happen, you will either need aftermarket hardware that offer more adjustment or an adjustable lower control arm.
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