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      10-10-2012, 08:59 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by kerkiraios00 View Post
Very aggressive!! Love it!! Why did you replace the camber plates and rear toe arms?
That's not my car so I don't know what / why he made the suspension choices he did. What I can tell you is that camber plates are added in order to have the ability to increase negative camber beyond factory specs. Toe arms are used when people lower their car significantly and they want to have the ability to adjust their rear toe beyond the factory component's ability. My research showed me that there are differing opinions on this. My car is pretty low and Malek at MRF said that he had plenty of adjustability with the stock toe arms in order to bring the toe to his desired specs. I don't think adjustable toe arms are necessary.
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