Installing skunk2 springs and camber arms
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    Installing skunk2 springs and camber arms

    Should I install the camber arms at the same time as the springs? How should I go about adjusting/setting the camber for safe driving until I get an alignment done and how soon should I do an alignment? Thanks in advance guys, I'm so looking forward to getting these on.

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    Same time bro.your already under there.do the alignment asap.best results that way

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    That's how I felt, just wanted to make sure I didn't need to give the springs a little time to settle before doing the alignment.

    So when putting the new camber arms on do I just eye the adjustment up and pretty much head straight to the alignment shop? Any reputable chain shops you would recommend for doing an alignment?

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    It'll be fine.shops around where?the bay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffBee6fromthe209 View Post
    It'll be fine.shops around where?the bay?
    I'm In the Lake Norman area by Charlotte NC. I really don't don't know who to to trust for an alignment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bumpingblack13si View Post
    I'm In the Lake Norman area by Charlotte NC. I really don't don't know who to to trust for an alignment.
    Sorry not over there.yelp around for best possible outcome. Id start there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffBee6fromthe209 View Post
    Sorry not over there.yelp around for best possible outcome. Id start there.
    Thanks man, your always so quick to chime in and help.

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    Anytime.

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    If you go to Firestone they'll align your crap for a lifetime if you pay for it. Then you can go back after a few months to check for settling and then every year thereafter and not get charged for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWils View Post
    If you go to Firestone they'll align your crap for a lifetime if you pay for it. Then you can go back after a few months to check for settling and then every year thereafter and not get charged for it.
    Do they do lowered cars?I know the 2 near me won't.maybe it varies by location?

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