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I lowered my 2016 R/T with eibach lower springs. It lowered it 1.7 inches all around, I had the car aligned but was told I needed a camber kit for the rear, does anyone have any suggestions!!
 

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I did a complete Bwoody suspension kit but you can save some coin by just going with a set of camber (cam) bushings. Make sure they use Antiseize though.
 

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I end up doing the SPC rear camber kit and front SPC adjustable arms and it’s straight as a arrow no issues


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Post up some pictures we would love to check out your ride!

As far as parts the Eibach rear alignment kit is a good inexpensive way to correct any issues. We also offer our billet rear control arms that give you a plethora of alignment options to suit what your car needs.

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I end up doing the SPC rear camber kit and front SPC adjustable arms and it’s straight as a arrow no issues


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As did I. Spc makes them for eibach. Didn't know that till they showed up. Lol

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