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    Veteran Konakid's Avatar
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    Any time you change any suspension compenent in the front you need an alingment as you put it out when you take bits in and out! You could drop the toe down to 1mm out total to save the tyres a bit if you are driving it daily and run more castor to compensate. With new bushes and factory castor rods you can get about 3.5 which is good because more positive castor give you camber as you turn in so you dont have to run as much static -ve camber. If you tell the aligner to max the postive castor they wil do it for you. Alignment is the best, makes everything feel more predictiable!
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    Cheers kona, that was one of the reasons I got the castor only evened up, they were like did you want the castor on max +ve or -ve, or just even it up, I was like errrr (COULDN'T REMEMBER LOL) just even it up, it'll do. rofl.

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