|10-30-2013, 10:38 PM||#1|
I had posted this in the suspension thread but hadn't got any responses so thought I'd try here. I was wanting to see if you guys/gals could help me out here. I had raised the front of my 2009 dcsb approx 3" and at that time got a front end alignment. Same ol, same ol of camber +1*, caster 2.1, toe .05 Since that time I have lowered it down to where I'm at about 2" higher than stock. Now my question, do y'all think they could get my camber any better now than before, or will I still need new uca to achieve 0 camber? Thanks guys.
|10-30-2013, 10:41 PM||#2|
If you dropped an inch you should be able to get better camber. But I'm not an expert on alignments.
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