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    CelicaSupra.com Member Funkycheeze's Avatar
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    Even an inch is enough to get the camber messed up. The toe is adjustable under the car, but you need to do some custom modification to the subframe to fix the camber and make it adjustable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Funkycheeze View Post
    Even an inch is enough to get the camber messed up. The toe is adjustable under the car, but you need to do some custom modification to the subframe to fix the camber and make it adjustable.
    man what a pain... what would I need to modify on the subframe?

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    Billy I admire your enthusiasm but you'd make a lot of headway by making google work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deanfun View Post
    Billy I admire your enthusiasm but you'd make a lot of headway by making google work for you.

    https://www.google.com/search?client...QuJApMQ4dUDCAo
    sorry I know I ask a lot of question I should use google more yes, I sometimes I get mind F***ed looking at a million different pages of things to make a list of everything I need to restore this Dragon or I guess I just don't know what to look for or don't know things like this mod even exist, Im trying to be educated to not sound so stupid as I guess I can be annoying askin things ppl ask you guys all the time or you guys already know as common knowledge, Im addicted to the car and im trying to maybe absorb too much to fast, My A.D.D is a mile a minute sometimes, im not annoying in person lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BILLY_GTS View Post
    what is the lowest drop you suggest without screwing up the toe and camber?
    sadly, half an inch. A 1 inch drop has tolerable levels of bad tire wear, and doesn't look too stupid, but still less then ideal. The ol Eibachs, and the Dobsons keep it in this range and work fairly well. The old ST springs, and anything coil over or cut quickly gets you to the 2+ inch range. I'm at a 2.6 inch drop, and I've been running my car like that for about a decade. I've had the weld in camber brackets sitting in a box for almost the same amount of time. Every year I intend to pull the entire subframe out and finally deal with it, but it always gets delayed and I end up running another autox season with a stupid rear end that can't put power down properly and eats tires. Its on my todo list this season again...
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