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Old 13 Dec 2012, 02:01 pm
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Default What would I need to complete the drop on my Honda?

I have a 1999 Honda civic sedan EX. Around March I purchased lowering springs. The springs lowered the front end 1.6" and the rear 1.8". That is all that I purchased at the times were the springs. And because of that my aftermarket tires wore out pretty fast. I'm now on my stock wheels and tires. I'm aware I need to purchase additional parts to diagnose the camber. I'm pretty ignorant when it comes to cars. I don't know much. With that in mind, what parts will I need to prevent further wear on futures tires?
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Old 13 Dec 2012, 02:16 pm
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Camber Kit

Replace your springs.

1.6 drop is too much. 1.0 inch would have been better and safer.
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Old 13 Dec 2012, 02:32 pm
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camber kits

also new aftermarket gas shocks
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