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Old 03-31-2019, 06:00 PM   #1
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Default Front camber plates

So I'm doing a fairly budget suspension overhaul on my 95 ti with 274k on it. The whole front end felt like it was going to fall out at any moment. So new control arms and bushes are fitted along with new tie rod ends at this point. I ordered a set of budget coilovers that I thought came with camber plates but it got here and I was mistaken. (I passed on the maxpeedingrods and went with tieftech, sold by hottuning on Ebay. Will give thoughts after they are instaled)

So now to my question, has anyone used the maxpeedingrods camber plates? I'm sure they are not great but like I said before I'm trying to keep the budget low. Are they total junk that I should pass on or are they good enough for a street car? Not planing on tracking the car just want to have a good tight street car.

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Well ordered the cheap camber plates this morning so with any luck will be pulling the reinforcements for my v8 coupe project and installing the coilovers on the ti. I'll post pics and updates after install.

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