ÜberPhLuBB said:That's impossible... BDR lowered his car 2.25" and kept it in spec.
Listen to him there are no camber kits, if you buy the ones from ebay you take your chances. Cross rotate your tires if they are not directional. If directional tires then have a shop flop the tires and rotate them. I rotate my tires every 5-7.5K miles, gets expensive since I have directional tires but cheaper in the long run than having to buy new tires every 10-15K miles and I can probably get at least 25K miles out of these Toyo T1-s.Eminence said:
OBX have a camber kit for is300. but from the way the is300 suspension arm is designed I doubt you will get that much more correction out of the OBX camber kit.Eminence said:
You need to take it to someone who knows what they're doing.kaoticISdriver said:Is there camber kits for the is300? I lowered my car and the inside of my tire is eating away faster then the outside, causing an uneven wear. I already maxed out my stock camber. ANY IDEAS ANYONE
I just need to correct you on camber not causing uneven wear. Camber will cause uneven wear if drastically out of spec. it will be similar to the type of wear that you will recieve from having improper toe settings, but their will be a definitive line were the wear is different, where as an improper toe will have a gradual change in tire wear.Fig said:Stock spec on the rear is -1 but the best I could get to was -2 with the 2" drop. The front can be brought into 0 again. The rear suspension is complicated: three unequal length arms. The result is the rear end toes-in when the suspension travels. So if you lower the car, you will get toe-in as a side affect. Fix the toe-in and the tire wear will be reduced, Camber will no cause uneven wear, toe in.out will. Just take it to the shop that has a nice rack.