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Old 03-26-2002   #1
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Are specrod camber kits good?

Having a hard time communicating with ingall camber kit dealers, i am currently trying to talk with a dealer from www.groupbuycenter.com , its very hard because that person never responds, i want to work somehow with Rob from TornActive.com because he seems cool, too bad he doesn't have ingalls, but he does have specrod, so are these good cambers? I've never heard of this company?
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Hey dude...good thing you posted this. I got all the Specprod stuff in stock. I made sure iot was for the 2001+ Civic. Good stuff.
Call me , I will shoot you some information and prices. Thanks



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Thanks...I try my best with you guys. Just wana bring awesome service and good products. I was looking at the 2k1 yesterday, I was thinking about snagging one up.


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2k1 civic is pretty sweet, not extremely fast, but fast enough i guess, its great for the money you put it, if i was older i would get an Si Coupe but insurance is killer for me, right now just trying to sup up a sedan, also want to see if people have any experience with specrod
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Well, I have SpecProd on my 2000 Civic Si. Just the front camber adjustment. I installed them, then took them to the local shop for alignment. Cost like $40...he did not have a bad thing to say about the product. Very good quality and made of hard-polyurethane. They have a limited lifetime warranty against defects. And can handle up to 3" of drop. i thought that was cool...

Sorry to sound like an advetisement, but just had a good experience with this product . Had to share it. I think we talked about this for awhile on the phone. Was a good conversation...

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I am looking into Ingalls.

Anyway, theirs my view...
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I e-mailed you some questions rob, thanks
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I am now an authorized dealer for INGALLS.

Can offer some real good prices.

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