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Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:16 pm 
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hey guys,
i have king lows in the front and pedders in the rear (same height as lows).

i am swapping my rear springs for a set of superlows from a guy on the forums.

so that means lows in the front and superlows in the rear.

is the camber kit only needed for the front tyres? from memory when the front was jacked up i THINK i have a kmac camber kit, would i need to do anything camber wise with the new setup?

also what about my rear shocks, i know the ride will be bouncy.
in the near future i will get a pair of new shockers for the rear, how much would i be looking for a set?

cheers

Daniel

 

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Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2006 2:36 pm 
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why super lows in the rear?

car will look better super low frotn
low rear

older cars look tough ( ie pre 1980 ) with a lower rear than front

yes camber kit only on fronts


new shock around $200ish u will needed shortened shocks for them

 

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