Installed Eibach Sportline springs, noticed rear is slightly lower

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It's actually an even drop but the higher wheel wells in the front make the rake look uneven.
this is definitely the reason why it looks off. The drop itself should be even front to back.



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So where did you buy these things and how much are they? I also wonder if I'd be able to install them without fulling taking the rears apart lol
 
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if you dial less camber in the back the rear will go up also
Absolutely true!:thumbsup: But in my case I wanted around 2.5-2.6 degrees of camber for handling.:headbang:
 

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Absolutely true!:thumbsup: But in my case I wanted around 2.5-2.6 degrees of camber for handling.:headbang:
Yeah, I was going to ask your camber specs. My wheel gap is very even with the sportlines, but I am running -1.7 in the front and -1.5 in the rear.
 

                           

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