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Old 03-31-2010   #1
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I tried to get my car aligned and they said no can do without a camber kit.. I have a article from super street that says you dont need a camber kit you just have too align your toe to reduce tire wear. I wanna know why they said they cant do anything if anyone knows??? I can say my last civic i had a in 2001 was lowered 2.5 inches and i ran the same tires for 2 years. This time i just went 1.8 inches front and rear so is it necassary that i get a camber kit or is this article i have true???? any info would be great thanx....
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