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Old 06-12-2002   #1  
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Which camber to get for a 2" drop

hey wassup...i heard a lot bout spc and ingalls...but im just curious as to which one is better to get for a 2" drop...cuz i heard one of them can be adjusted furthen then the other...but yeah...which one would be best for the 2" drop
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Ingalls all the way i got them along with B&G coilovers
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