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Looking to put lowering springs on my Touring and leaning toward the Eibach Pro series. Has anyone had success putting these on without the rear camber kit? TIA
Hey Matt,

I installed the H&R OE springs on my car a few months ago, they have a similar drop to the Eibach Pro. The H&R OE were a 0.75 inch drop, the Eibach Pro are a 0.80 inch drop.
I bought a camber kit for the rear thinking I would need it, but ended up not needing it at all. I installed the springs and noticed how minimal of a drop it was, just enough to make it look and handle a bit better. I took it to my local tire shop for an alignment prior to installing the camber arms and it was within recommended settings by a comfortable amount. So the moral of the story: camber kit is not necessarily needed with how minimal of a drop the Eibach Pro's provide, rear camber is able to be brought within stock camber numbers with ease.

Hope this helps, take care brother!
 

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Hey Matt,

I installed the H&R OE springs on my car a few months ago, they have a similar drop to the Eibach Pro. The H&R OE were a 0.75 inch drop, the Eibach Pro are a 0.80 inch drop.
I bought a camber kit for the rear thinking I would need it, but ended up not needing it at all. I installed the springs and noticed how minimal of a drop it was, just enough to make it look and handle a bit better. I took it to my local tire shop for an alignment prior to installing the camber arms and it was within recommended settings by a comfortable amount. So the moral of the story: camber kit is not necessarily needed with how minimal of a drop the Eibach Pro's provide, rear camber is able to be brought within stock camber numbers with ease.

Hope this helps, take care brother!
That does help thank you!
 

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Jus instlled the Eibach Pro-Kit with SPC camber kit. Took it in for an alignment just as a precaution. Found out that the front was somewhat out of wack, rear camber was severely out of specs. Could’ve been due to the aftermarket camber kit, but who knows...

When in doubt, just get an alignment to test. Most alignment techs in my area won’t even touch the vehicle without a camber kit id it has been lowered.

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Hey Matt,

I installed the H&R OE springs on my car a few months ago, they have a similar drop to the Eibach Pro. The H&R OE were a 0.75 inch drop, the Eibach Pro are a 0.80 inch drop.
I bought a camber kit for the rear thinking I would need it, but ended up not needing it at all. I installed the springs and noticed how minimal of a drop it was, just enough to make it look and handle a bit better. I took it to my local tire shop for an alignment prior to installing the camber arms and it was within recommended settings by a comfortable amount. So the moral of the story: camber kit is not necessarily needed with how minimal of a drop the Eibach Pro's provide, rear camber is able to be brought within stock camber numbers with ease.

Hope this helps, take care brother!
Do you have any pictures ? and how are they after they settle in?
 

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Hey Matt,

I installed the H&R OE springs on my car a few months ago, they have a similar drop to the Eibach Pro. The H&R OE were a 0.75 inch drop, the Eibach Pro are a 0.80 inch drop.
I bought a camber kit for the rear thinking I would need it, but ended up not needing it at all. I installed the springs and noticed how minimal of a drop it was, just enough to make it look and handle a bit better. I took it to my local tire shop for an alignment prior to installing the camber arms and it was within recommended settings by a comfortable amount. So the moral of the story: camber kit is not necessarily needed with how minimal of a drop the Eibach Pro's provide, rear camber is able to be brought within stock camber numbers with ease.

Hope this helps, take care brother!
do you mind if i ask how much you paid to have your spring installed?
 
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