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Just bought some steeda caster camber plates 3bolt. Are they difficult to install? Or would it be a good idea to leave for the professionals?

Also would you put them on a 02v6 or a 96gt? cant decide. BTW I would have went with the 4 bolt design but I got these 3 bolt because I actually traded some parts for it.

Thanks for any info
 

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which one is lowered the most and has the hardest time being aligned
 

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the 96gt is lowered 2in. but never had any problems.

the 02v6 is stock height, but i just spent $700 on a new rack and pinion with tie rods and alignment. which they said the alignment was off really bad.
 

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the camber plates are meant to help get you close to proper alignment after lowering since some springs make it where you cant get back to the proper alignment, you in all honesty have no need for them
 

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will they be any better if i install them or will it make no difference?
 

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they wont make a difference all the do is allow a car that cant reach proper caster/camber beacuse its to low to reach it
 

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oh haha damn i thought they did some sort of improvement.
 

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only if your lowered
 
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