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WhiteLex03 said:
Let's just say you put your springs on then after that you went right ahead and did the alignment, what will happen? Any problems?

-Ringo
Well, your springs will settle a little more in like a week, vs. right after you put them on. (See what cnilu said above).
I guess that if you got it aligned right away, then when the springs settled, you would be slightly out of alignment.
 

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WhiteLex03 said:
Another question...What will happen if you don't do an alignment @ all after your car is lowered on aftermarket springs? Thanks

-Ringo
Depending on how bad the negative camber is and toe, you will wear your tires out a lot faster and the car will react differently when turning. It will dart in quicker because the toe has not been adjusted out.
 

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do this

slam the car....enjoy it for a week or two....dish out more money to get the allignment....then enjoyment how the car goes straight without any effort :D


get it alligned....it's worth it in the long run
 

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ali1983khan said:
do this

slam the car....enjoy it for a week or two....dish out more money to get the allignment....then enjoyment how the car goes straight without any effort :D


get it alligned....it's worth it in the long run
Ok I will in a couple of weeks.

-Ringo
 
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