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Old 04 Feb 2013, 11:50 pm
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Default Need Help With Camber Kit..?

I have a '95 civic dx(eg) hatch; i recently bought it and the way it came was very low to the ground. like lower than low. I love the look of a hatchback with a nice camber kit on it, to where the wheels are visibly "slanted", are there any requirements that i need to pass before i can use a camber kit on my car? I'm planning on raising it about 1-3 inches probably so it doesnt scrape over everything. I'd like my car to be aesthetically pleasing and use a kit even though i probably don't need one.

So basically my question is can i put a kit on my car just for shits and giggles. lol
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Old 05 Feb 2013, 12:01 am
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A camber kit will help your wheels not butterfly out. So that the inside of your tires don't get worn out too fast. Just so you know, a car cannot be dropped that low. You gotta be able to roll a can of soda under it, for it to be legal.
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