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Old March 29th, 2007, 02:07 PM   #1
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how to install camber kit in the rear

I have 03 accord v6 coupe. I need to install a camber kit after the tein ss kt is installed. To I need a shop to put the camber kit on, or can I do it myself?
If so, how difficult? I have basic knowlege of changing brake pads ,air intakes.
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Old March 29th, 2007, 02:26 PM   #2
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The SEARCH button is your friend!! It did wonders for me when I installed my kit!!

Try this for starters- http://www.cardomain.com/ride/479025/7

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you can DIY but i got mine installed yesterday with tein basics and it didnt look too hard. its the adjusting afterwards that is going to be a pain in the a$$
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you can DIY but i got mine installed yesterday with tein basics and it didnt look too hard. its the adjusting afterwards that is going to be a pain in the a$$

adjusting the height is not that hard....adjusting camber and toe u shouldnt do it urself and rather get an alignment.
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adjusting the height is not that hard....adjusting camber and toe u shouldnt do it urself and rather get an alignment.
Agreed... Installation of the Basics AND the rear camber kit is easy, you can "eyeball" the alignment, but any suspension mod you make, you need an alignment! My rear camber was waaaay off..
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