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Old 01-23-2002, 05:46 PM
mbdoc mbdoc is offline
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If the car looks correct in the rear then I would lower the front with the thinner pads.

Rule of thumb on ride height; if the alignment checks( ft & rear camber) out & the rocker panel molding is level(measure to level surface) then you don't have a problem.

Again at dealer we have angle gauges for the control arm angle & this is how we check for ride height PROBLEMS.
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