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Old 03-28-2010, 04:36 PM   #16
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So all you really have to do is set your ride hight then drop the car down from 6-12" and use the RPM monster gauge to set camber, correct? If you use the 30mm blocks and set your camber to 30mm ride hight when you take it off the setup station and set your ride hight to where its suppose to be you will have to re adjust you camber right?
Yeah. Anytime you change your ride height, you should reset your camber.
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