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Camber kits HELP ME!

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Old 06-06-2013, 10:47 PM
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Question Camber kits HELP ME!

I have a 2006 honda accord v6 sedan.

I am looking into lowering my car with most likely function and form coilovers, but I am going to need a camber set up if Im not mistaking. I dont know much about camber kits or anything. I am not looking to do do any crazy drop but I dont know what camber kit to get for the front and rear to accommodate the drop.

Long story short shoot me some ideas for affordable camber kits for my vehicle.

Thanks guys!!
 
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Old 06-07-2013, 03:21 AM
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They are more expensive, but go with Ingalls. Cheap camber kits have a tendency to bend or even snap.....which can easily cause an accident. Better safe than sorry. Ingalls is one of the top brands, and they generally run about $200 a pair (front or rear, so $400 total).

And even so, unless you plan on dropping the car more than 2" a camber kit is not needed. You can just get an alignment and be good. Toe kills tires WAY faster than camber will.
 
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Old 06-07-2013, 10:32 AM
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Thanks for the info! I dont know how intense the drop is going to be so i will see if it measures up before i buy some. But iill look into ingalls for sure.

Im hoping 2inchs is the most i need so i wont need camber kit but we will see lol
 
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