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Will I need camber kit with XR Springs? (30mm lower, same as 'lows')

  • Yes, definatly

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  • U will probably get away without them

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  • No, definatly not

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Im currently deciding how low to put my car.

I have a set of EL XR6 springs and shocks, which i was going to put it.
If i only go to XR Height,will i need a camber kit?
Ive had peopel saying yes and no.


Now im thinking i would definatley need them if i went super low.

So how much are these? Ive been told anywhere from $1-400??

And if anyone knows, how much would it coat to get a place to put it all in if i supplied the parts? Or maybe the [arts minus the camber kit? Roughly

still deciding wether to do it myself or not
 

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The cars a EB II Fairmont btw...
 

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Looks like you need multiple polls.

If you are going XR height, you should not need a camber/caster kit at all. Go any lower and you will need one. Supply and fit for a kit is around $300 for a shim style kit.
 

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ive been told be a reliable source that it all depends on the car, as in how much camber adjustment they had to use up from factory on that particular vehicle

some come out with alot of it used already, other havent

therefore its a matter of putting the suspension on, then seeing if you have enough adjustment left in it to do the job. if not. then put the kit in
 

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I would get one put in while you are doing the other parts. That way you can set up your alignment to suit the way you drive. Alignment not just a set of figures out of a book you have to customize it to suit car & driving styles.
 
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