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Posted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 4:06 pm 
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I lowered my EF a mounth ago with King Spring super lows, and when i got wheel allignment they told me that the camber or caster (cant remember) was out by like 2 degrees and they couldnt change it because they couldnty fit shims or sumn in....

i might be imagining it but it seems to make the cars steering weird around corners as if its lifting a bit...they said i needed a camber castor/castor kit.

now next week im getting new short strutt shock absorbers and new tyres....im looking at geting 225's will they rub or have any problems and can something be made so camber can be adjusted or do you have to buy an actual camber/castor kit, if so how much are they?

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Posted: Fri Nov 17, 2006 4:10 pm 
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1st off - this thread doesnt belong in the I6 workshop ;)

Depends what rim size you have, but I highly doubt you will ever have rubbing problems with 225's (I have 225's and superlows and its not even close).

You need a camber/caster (c&c) kit fitted to correct the alignment. Not expensive or hard to find.

 

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