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Old 03-13-2009, 09:12 PM   #1
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99 SiR camber kit

Hey guys I have a 99 civic SiR lowerd aprox 2.5 inchs I need a rear camber kit just wondering what kind I should get or if anyone has one for sale
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lol unbolt the bolts and stick a couple washers behind them..... done and done. Can't get much easier and cheaper than that. Depending on how much you need to increase you might want to get longer bolts.

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SPC rear camber kit. Lordco should have them.
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lol unbolt the bolts and stick a couple washers behind them..... done and done. Can't get much easier and cheaper than that. Depending on how much you need to increase you might want to get longer bolts.

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+1, easiest and most affordable solution, cant go wrong..
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shim kit. i think they are called? but that's rear drums sir have rear disc brakes not sure if its the same?

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