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      08-27-2008, 04:52 PM   #1
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330xi w/H&R sport: Will I need a camber kit or is alignment sufficient?

Im going in for an alignment at a Reputable alignment shop. Im on H&R sport springs do you think I will need a camber kit or is this something that can be adjusted? I do see signs of cupping on my tires....sucks...

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No camber kit needed...It was all adjustable! Back to bmw specs.
all done for a whopping $59.00

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Thanks for the info. I'm about to order some KW V3's and was wondering the same thing.
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No camber kit needed...It was all adjustable! Back to bmw specs.
all done for a whopping $59.00

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So the camber on the car (front and back) was able to be adjusted?

I was told that the e92 don't have any adjustment capability on the front?
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