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Old 03-13-2006, 08:50 AM   #1
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DIY: Installing a Front Camber Kit (CRX but applicable to most Hondas)

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Thanks for the DIY. It

Thanks for the DIY. It might come in handy should I go that route. At 1.75" drop, my camber is not that bad, although out of spec. It does not Irk me however and my traction is greatly improved. I will do this should the tire wear becomes noticeable.
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5. First thing for actual work is to try on one of your new wheels and look at how pretty it is, my, it is pretty.
Yes, very pretty. Will mine be that pretty?
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It only irks me because mine

It only irks me because mine have huge amounts of camber and it's just not fun to look at,

I plan on leaving like 1 degree of camber to help with cornering, cuz cornering like camber.

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Yes, very pretty. Will mine be that pretty? Smiling
If you want the fx rims I should say so, the insight stuff is a little fugly to me, and big. I need to get the car running so I can have my rims put on in the first place,
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