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Okay so my car has a natural camber and it has a lot of camber wear.
I'm not trying to have camber. So question here is do you think I should flip my tires any time soon and how can I get rid of the camber. I know a camber kit is an option, but what else can I do. Are there any camber kits out for the 2013 lx yet? I'm really not trying to have my tires eaten up this quick. IMG_20140323_175711.jpg IMG_20140323_180007.jpg
 

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P.s I only lowered it about 1.7 inch drop in the front and about an inch drop in the back. Do you think an alignment would help fix this problem or do I need a camber kit?
 

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Did you get an alignment first of all? If not you need one asap


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and after that you will get your answer if the camber kit is needed or not


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camber arms are roughly 150, most 8thgen camber kits will fit just fine
 

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your tires will probably already have a wear pattern ground into them that they may not balance when you change alignment settings or camber/alignment now.
 
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