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Camber Kits

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by KrAzKrEg, Mar 26, 2003.

  1. KrAzKrEg

    KrAzKrEg Junior Member

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    Hey fellas, got a question for some of you guys with insane low rides. Who makes a good camber kit? My tires are :thumbsdown:. Ive looked around and they all look like crap? Just wanted some opinions
     
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    CRX-YEM Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    ingals (sp?)
    progressive

    I'm sure there are a few others
     
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    My Spring kit is fairly good. Tire shops haven't had problems adjusting them for alignments. I payed $180 for the whole set on mine.
     
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    sportlinecrx Banned

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    you said insanely low, so you will need to find a company that makes a camber kit with a large degree of adjustment (+/-3 degrees or maybe even more). that will narrow the choices down for you. there is a company called "Extreme Technologies" that sells kits which can correct to 3.25 degrees. also, Sprint makes some extreme camber kits.
     
  5. KrAzKrEg

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    Well im not really that low, but all of the places around here ive tried wont even attenpt it untill i put a camber kit on it....mmm, ill take a look at progressive....anyone know anything bout the skunk2 kit? the ALLJDM guy that sold the cam gears here has a group buy for $189....at least i think hes the one that old them here....correct me if im wrong
     
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    I'm going to get Specialty Equipment's ball joint style camber kit... It's adjsutable up to 3 degrees, and replaces the ball joints, so there's never any interference issues.
     
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    I'm not sure I've ever heard of anyone having a big problem with a camber kit? they all seem to do the job.
     
  8. KrAzKrEg

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    ok..thanks for the info fellas...gonna look around a bit and see what i can find for a resonable price
     
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    slap on a washer for the "rear camber kit" and get any kinda brand for the fronts.. :D save some dough so you can get other "performance parts." whatever that phrase means to you.. ( ricers = apc eurolights? = performance)
     
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