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on H&R Sports & Tokico HPs? The install shop said that I should align it after 2-3 days when the springs settle. Anyone else do that? I should also not need a camber kit, right? Thanks!
 

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you should ALWAYS get an alignment...keep in mind tho that I didn't get an alignment after droppin my prelude on tein ss coilovers cuz I wasn't sure if I was done adjusting them....then winter came an I never got it aligned. I put my gram lights on almost two weeks ago....you can tell that I had too much negative camber in the front cuz my front tires were wearing too much on the inside...you could actually see a little of the steel stickin through :nono:
 

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Or, you have my problem and have a wicked toe in that's not real noticable by looking at it like a camber problem, and you wipe a set of yoko's out in 7k miles. Get an alignment after a week or so and check out your specs to see if you need a camber kit.
 

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when i dropped my 4g i went 2 years w/o an allignment w/o probs...

so far almost 2 years on my 5g w/o an alignment, and i don't notice any horrid wear problems other than negative camber. :rolleyes:
 

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Any time you disaseemble and reasemble your suspenion, everything is going to be slightly different. Even if you don't chane the ride height.

Take it from someone who dropped $400 worth of S03s due to TOE not camber. Get an alignment, and don't run toe out!
 
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