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Old 04-15-2019, 08:10 AM
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I put Eibach lowering springs in my 07 350Z 2-3 years ago which only lowered it about 9/16, which is all I wanted. I am getting wear on the inside of my rear tires.
My question is, can I get proper camber and toe in with only using adjustable camber bars and not changing out the toebolts, considering how little the car has been lowered?


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Old 04-15-2019, 08:37 AM
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Technically yes but if you have spl outer tie rods (for ex), then you'll also get the geo of the suspension corrected too.
Definitely do the FUCA's though
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Technically yes but if you have spl outer tie rods (for ex), then you'll also get the geo of the suspension corrected too.
Definitely do the FUCA's though
Thanks. That pic I included is a bit misleading as the inside wear Im getting is on the rear tires only.
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Originally Posted by blufc3s View Post
Thanks. That pic I included is a bit misleading as the inside wear Im getting is on the rear tires only.
Ah ok.
It's worth getting them so you'll be able to get that camber under control
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Did you get it aligned after ? Never know if it can be adjusted out till on the rack
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Did you get it aligned after ? Never know if it can be adjusted out till on the rack
Not yet, just getting it back on the road after being stored away for the winter.
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Not yet, just getting it back on the road after being stored away for the winter.
that explains the wear,
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that explains the wear,
yup, you can see the - camber in this pic.


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Well..................no .
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Why would you skip the toe bolts- installation or cost? My rear MPSSs are about $300 each. After the inner 1/3 coming off my Bridgestones I went with the Z1 kit. Very happy but if I had it to do over I'd go with SPL for ease of adjustment. Also on Eibach Pros.
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Why would you skip the toe bolts- installation or cost? My rear MPSSs are about $300 each. After the inner 1/3 coming off my Bridgestones I went with the Z1 kit. Very happy but if I had it to do over I'd go with SPL for ease of adjustment. Also on Eibach Pros.
Installation - not crazy about grinding stuff off the subframe, although I realize everyone does it. If the camber arms alone would bring my camber and toe within specs why would I bother getting the toe bolts?
Im not too familiar with suspension work, as you can probably tell.
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