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      05-18-2012, 06:33 PM   #30
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couldn't correct my camber to emulate the factory settings without a chance of rubbing so went a bit more aggressive with negative camber and 0 toe on front and rear. As long as you are diligent with tire pressure and flipping tires from side to side, you can maximize tread life and contact patch

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Originally Posted by bapesta206 View Post
Serious! I'm on KW V3. Too me, the car is not that slammed. The alignment is close to factory settings I believe. I fixed the issue with rolling my fenders which ended costing me more. I had to re-paint my qrt panel cause the paint cracked.
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