is it true that the adjustable threads will strip over time?...is it better for me to go springs?
Technically yes - however most people don't raise it up and down from the max and min settings. remember you can drop your car at least an inch an half without worrying about camber. So most likely one would just use a camber kit that is a happy middle ground if they drop it even further. Probably in the long run, it's cheaper to buy new wheels more often than having different camber kits (oh and that's not the type of thing you want to be adjusting either). The question that was asked some time ago - look for the thread, was how often people with Teins actually change the height of the car, it wasn't too many. I could see myself raising it in the winter and lowering it in the summer (I have winter and summer rims so it wouldn't be that much trouble in doing this), but that's it. I guess it really depends on how much of a real driver you are - if you don't push your car that hard most of the time then spending all that time would be kind of pointless.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by azninvazion:
do you have to adjust your cambers also? If so, when you raise/lower your car from the camber setting, will you have uneven wear for the time you had the new setting?
Where did you hear this?<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by prelude2005:
is it true that the adjustable threads will strip over time?...is it better for me to go springs?</font>
It doesn't matter if they are springs or a coilover conversion kit. What determines how well they work with stock dampers is the spring rate. If you're going to go through the trouble of buying a coilover conversion, you might as well get dampers at the same time. Actually you should get dampers with any type of aftermarket spring since aftermarket springs usually have a higher spring rate.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by checkmate58:
Personally..I like springs more..it's just a choice..but if you do go coilover..I recommend new shocks with the setup. Springs usually give you a better ride with stock shocks.</font>
I just got my GC's, haven't installed them yet. Most people that have them, say they are very good and don't have any problems with them.<font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Orginally posted by prelude2005:
do the ground control coilovers strip?
whats there website btw.</font>