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Del Sol's are generally good for a good slamming but it's wise to just invest in a camber kit period. Don't be cheap, or you'll regret it after you've eaten up several hundred dollars in tires.

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i have the same tire and lowered mine on eibach sportlines with a 2 inch drop. i got them aligned regularly but after a while the camber wear started to show, so i just bought a camber kit. you can either get a kit now, or spend the money later buying new tires.

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blox are good..

 

they used to be crapty products but now have come to be equivalent as the skunk 2 line of products.

 

good luck with the springs.. might want to get new struts if you have a little sag in them.

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One last questions, would it hurt If I rode around with these lowering springs for a week or two before getting the camber kit? Like, me riding around with the camber for about a week or two.

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