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post #15 of 26 (permalink) Old 02-21-2012, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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BTW, I'm planning on getting a camber kit for the front, but is t really necessary for the rear? Didn't reall drop it that much on the back

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I'm about 2 1/4 low and I didn't use camber in the back just added washers and a longer bolt and got an allighnement done and showed good camber
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Could you enlighten me in the wahers and longer bolt?
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Awesome man! Looks pretty simple, how do I know which washers to get?

Also was wondering, when getting a camber kit for the front ( was thinking skunk2 ) , I know you adjust the camber at the upper control arm, do the people at the shop know how to deal with that or do they dont need to use that when u take it in for alignment?

Just wondering, kinda new to suspension stuff lol
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I found out that regular quick stop shops they don't know squad lol. So I took it to more reputable shop were my uncle works and he figured out. I guess I can show em if they don't know. Also on the washer it all depends I used two washers regular ones u would see being used on ur car.
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LOL thanks I'll keep that in mind then, I'll be sure to ask first

Thanks man!
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nice choices with the drop and wheels. looks great.
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hey im thinking about getting f&f are they worth it and do they bounce a lot or are they stiff. you dropped ur teg nice with them
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did you get the type1's or 2's? im debating on getting the type 1s depending how low you can take them. i have my coilovers bottomed out and would still like to drop about another 1/2"-1".

looks good btw!!

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Thanks guys!

Well I got the type 1's, they are really not bouncy, they are pretty stiff(for me) , the ride is great, I really love it..

And they can go LOW, in the back I have them almost at their highest setting, and in the front they still have a lOng way to go.

All in all I'm really satisfied with them!

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Real clean. Hows the ride? Been hunting for coilovers for my db8.
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