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Old 12-Apr-2005, 02:46 PM
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I am considering buying the omni camber adjusting lower control arms and the front upper A arms from option JDM.
I was wondering if anyone on this forum has used these parts and if they would recomend anything else or is this the best setup for getting rid of negative camber on a civic.

Any advice would be great, Thanks !!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-Apr-2005, 08:37 PM
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Does the rear shim kit make it so you dont have to worry about replacing the rear trailing arms.
Also ws wondering , my car has H&R race springs so the drop is 2" and 2.25". Is yours a similer drop ?

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I'm running the Omni camber kit on my ride and I have no problems. From what I hear, Omni is made by the same person who designed the camber kit for Skunk. He left Skunk and put together Omni-power.
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Thanks for all the advice !!!!
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Old 13-Apr-2005, 06:57 PM
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Originally posted by Tego
I have the front camber kit with the rear shims kit and it is top notch quality, even the guys that installed my springs, and camber kits commented that it was very good quality stuff!
That is a very tight ride, how much did the kit cost, and how much was the install?
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Old 13-Apr-2005, 08:33 PM
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you will want to keep some neg camber for handling purposes... just make sure the toe alignment is straight so you Don't pre-maturely wear out your tires.
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