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Old 08-26-2010, 10:37 AM   #1
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Camber Kit for Honda Prelude

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I have a 99 Honda Prelude NON SH lowered on H&R Racing springs. I needed a camber kit cause i hate running through tires. Any vendors on RS that have a good deals on these with install.

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How are you running through tires? Are you trying to get more positive camber due to the lowering springs?
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and its not called "non sh" its "base"
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and its not called "non sh" its "base"
its still not an SH..so the none sh model..lol..
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How are you running through tires? Are you trying to get more positive camber due to the lowering springs?
I have lowering springs already on the car but the car is sitting at an angle cause of the lowering. the inner portion of the tires are wearing out faster then the outer portion
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I have lowering springs already on the car but the car is sitting at an angle cause of the lowering. the inner portion of the tires are wearing out faster then the outer portion
You mean negative camber?
Did you ever get an alignment after your spring install?
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You mean negative camber?
Did you ever get an alignment after your spring install?
yep got that done..its still an issue..its not really bad but i'd rather have it fixed properly..yes negative camber..
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Hmm.... Removing negative camber, now there's a thought!
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Excessive tire wear isn't caused by camber. Camber causes uneven tire wear. If you notice you're going through tires faster than usual its because of your toe in/out settings. Getting an alignment is key after any suspension modifications.
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