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Old 06-13-2019, 08:56 AM
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Lowering the G37x Coupe with Springs - need advice on Camber Arms

Iíve recently purchased eibach pro springs to lower my car, but Iím discovering that adjustable camber arms might be needed, I donít wanna put these springs on if itís gonna add serious tire wear, but I donít wanna spend the money on the camber arms if i donít need to. I also have stock 18Ē wheels. Any help would be appreciated.

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Old 06-13-2019, 01:26 PM
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Oh man, pay now or pay later.

Get the camber arms. Don't be a cheap [edited].

And get quality SPC ones. If you're really cheap, you can just get two pairs of bolts for the rears, but that'll require 2x as much dremeling.

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Old 06-14-2019, 02:27 AM
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Just like teahead said get the camber arms, I got them and its well worth it.
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When I first lowered the car with Swift Springs, the rear camber was pretty severe. Almost immediately thereafter I bought a pair of SPC rear camber arms and toe bolts.

So yeah... get the rear camber & toe kit and avoid the hassle, money and time of multiple alignments.

Granted, I'm saying this from the Sedan perspective, but two Coupe members have already said the same.
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You guys have been great help, I really appreciate it.
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