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Are ingalls worth getting or can you just any kind of camber kit for a car? I have a 93 accord lowerd about 1.8 inches and I can't get it alinged correctly so I need camber kits to align it right. I have found numerous kits, but it seems people say ingalls are worth it, but what are differences in camber kits as long as it's align correctly?
 

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Different kits have different designs. I have the ingalls kit on all four corners of my integra and I like them. You could always get away with using washers as spacers for the back tires and just buying a kit for the front. I picked up my whole front and back kit off ebay for 220 bucks.

Oh yeah, and get the rubber bushings. They are less maintance and less likely to squeak.
 

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Camber Kit

Bro, You have 3 options ..the right way, in which you design and mfg your own adjustable kit (no not washers) , Its very easy . or Option 2, you send a check and hope your kit your buyin is legit. Or fuck it.. option 3 let your tires wear so thin they shoot sparks from yur rims having such neg camber,. Spend the cash and make yur shit right my 2 cents:eek:
 

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Re: Camber Kit

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Bro, You have 3 options ..the right way, in which you design and mfg your own adjustable kit (no not washers) , Its very easy . or Option 2, you send a check and hope your kit your buyin is legit. Or fuck it.. option 3 let your tires wear so thin they shoot sparks from yur rims having such neg camber,. Spend the cash and make yur shit right my 2 cents:eek:
That's what I am saying. I have the full ingalls kit. I was saying you can get the same results in the rear by using washers.
 

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thx for the replys...........

Thx, I think I will go for ingalls kit for all fours on my car! I mean you guys seem pretty happy so I will buy ingalls. Man that some scary sh---t if your tires cause sparks from being worn so much in the inner thread. thx guys! Oh, yeah, whats up with rubber bushings? I thought the polyurethane ones are a lot better for tighter handling? I have some in my strut tower upper bump stops and lower bumps from energy suspensions. I was going to order the ingalls with polyurethane aren't they better?
 

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On ingalls site they recommend the rubber bushings for street cars. The polyurethane ones squeak if you don't keep them lubed. You have to use lube that won't wash away and you have to check it often or you will have an annoying squeak all the time.
 

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sparks..hehe

yeah yeah...I always thought driving around town with an autocross setup was nice....you know having super neg camber...until on the highway a week ago when sparks start flying .. :)

anways, there really were no sparks...and the rim is perfect...but that damn near perfect condition Yok A520 is shit now ..along with all of them.

500$ down the drain...oh well..i have some nice 225 I was to try to put on the rear and 205 kumho for the front.
 

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other brands?

what are some other fairly decent brands for camber kits??? Ingalls seem great but a little salty.... do I have other options or is this another part that I just need to suck up and buy the best.... thanks 98 Ex Neuspeed sport springs
 

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You could look into progress kits.
 

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deMad10 said:
You could look into progress kits.
I heard progress kits are very good!
 

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anyone with first hand exp.

anybody have first hand exp. with progress kits... if so I am seeing some on ebay for 30-50$$ I am thinking of just getting a front kit ... but I need to learn what using washers in the rear means.. is it a safe and smart move... thanks:confused:
 

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You use the washers under the plate that connects to the body of the car. There are two bolts. You would just have to put washers under there and it would bring the top of the tire out. The problem is how many do you use? It is by no means exact but if you have extremely negative camber it can save your tires a lot.
 
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