Did you just cut the springs like the other guy did?
The camber like stated by (adgate2) The springs are easy to make,Now I know what the delay is in releasing the aftermarket springs.If you go to lower than 2" in the rear adgate2 says 1.25" I hope he is wrong about the rears.If the camber will not adjust the inside of the rear tires will be chewed / \.I got spooked and stopped on the front springs so I only did the rears.I will know more monday.I could have done an airbag system (been there done that!!) But the ride is way different and cant be stiff .It's either up in the air or down on the ground or the ride is to soft.I had the spring shop who doesn't mess around cut (1) ring,Grind and spiral it back to the OEM position it looks exactly the same minus a ring.The Sport and Race dial works perfectly Zero difference in ride.Because it's Saturday.On monday I have to go to the alignment shop that can do custom work if the camber has to be modified.This Jeep has alot of weird details even with the exhaust valves have delayed a aftermarket exhaust.PS the Jeep I believe it will level out once the rear camber is adjusted so I may leave the front alone.There is a difference now of less that a 1/2" front to the back
Last edited by KINGMONKEY; 06-02-2012 at 06:04 PM.
2012 Wk2 SRT8 Mineral Gray
Debadged, Rebadged, Billet Technology catch installed at 900 miles, BWoody CAI installed at 1500 miles, Borla ATAK exhaust installed at 5650 miles, Fastman 85mm Throttle Body installed at 8950 miles
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