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      09-02-2010, 11:18 PM   #11
aleckzandr
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Originally Posted by stevechan View Post
Is Camber plate necessary to correct the numbers?
Camber plates give you camber range. You can still wiggle within a degree without. Yours is complete slop, IMO. I would ask for a refund.

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The fronts are lowered all the way down while the rears have about 1.5 turns left. The firestone guys said he couldn't adjust my rear since the rear was too low. Seriously, would that happen?
The source of the problem. You're beyond slammed. Expect rubbing. You can raise it at least an inch, still get your slammed look. One thing I noticed in the rear is that my spring perch is almost at the limit the ~other~ way (perch/collar is at very bottom) of the mount and I have 3/4" to 1/2" of clearance to the tire. In the front, almost an inch.

Edit: I think the pivot ratio is like 6 to 10, i.e. move the spring perch 3/5 of an inch, and expect an inch difference at the wheel (to fender distance). Someone chime in if I'm wrong.
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