are you sure??Dookie said:Mine NEVER had any of that. It had Eibach springs, lol. The only thing I could get cited for by your ticket there is having no camber correction kit, but I didn't need one????
thnx DOOKDookie said:When you lower your car, the camber is affected the most. (the top of the wheel is slanted in.) I had a 1.5" drop and it was just within max allowable spec for proper wheel alignment. Any place that aligns cars can tell you if anything needs adjusted.
will do...Dookie said:I had an Eibach Pro-Kit as well. Usually, if you stick with the Pro-Kit, you won't need a camber kit. A little camber isgood for better handling. If you do though, check to see if anyone makes a camber kit for the Murano. For the rear, it should be the same part as the 350Z since its the same suspension set-up. Not sure for the front though...
agree 100%Dookie said:Yeah, sometimes it can get too excessive. I don't like the super slammed looked, yet I don't like the huge wheel well gap either. It becomes more noticeable when you go with bigger wheels and smaller sidewall tires to compensate for the overall diameter of the OEM tire. It looks horrific if the car doesn't get lowered. I wish I could show you what my RSX looked like before and after. It looked like a mini 4x4 before the springs.