id get new shocks and struts and also caster camber plates for alignmentDo I have to have a compressor to put the front ones on?
i know the front is the hardest to do
and the back will be a walk in the park
& also do i need to get my car realigned after i put them on?
Do it all at once, throw the plates on yourself, and then take it out to get aligned ASAP.. w/ any lower you go withjust to add on to this thread...
can you adjust the alignment on the caster camber plates correctly yourself? or would you have to take it to an alignment tech.?
also is the installation hard? or do you just bolt them on and adjust them and your done?
Yes, you will want to get the caster/camber plates as well as the bump steer kit. I understand you're on a budget and really want to mod your car, but a month or two down the road you will be kicking yourself for going at it to soon. When I put my H&R's on, I immediately put some MM caster/camber plates on and a week or so later put the bumpsteer kit on. You WILL want them.i'm doing the same thing pretty soon. is it necessary to get camber caster plates, and the bumpsteer kit. or could i just get the inexpensive camber bolts and the bumpsteer kit and it would still be good. kuz i'm kinda on a budget.