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I ordered a front alingment kit for my car. I just received it and it is just two longs screws and two bults. Is this what it should be. It is the Eibach kit from Tirerack. Also how do I put them on.
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i'm guessing you got the front kit and not the rear. you usually need the rear more then you need the front but ya the fronts are cheap.. anyways, to answer your question, they replace a bolt that holds the strut... go here... http://www.specprod.com/PERF_DIR/PER...J_HON01_5.HTML
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Thanks for the info It really helped.
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I got the Eibach kit from tire rack it's cool. Stick the bolt through the top bolt hole on the bottom of the strut, turn it to get the desired camber. EZ
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Thanks I gues I'll give it a try tomorrow. What about the back alignment kit? I am going to order those next week. Is it easy to install?
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http://www.specprod.com/PERF_DIR/PER...J_HON01_4.HTML

a lil harder then the front but shouldn't be hard at all...
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