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Has anyone put a camber kit on their car from it being dropped? I’ve been doing a lot of research and it’s 50/50. From the looks of it, it looks like a pain to put them in too from what I’ve seen.
 

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I just bought the Eibach camber kit. Does it matter which side goes to which? I'm planning to install myself. What are those brackets that came with it? Something about ride height sensor brackets? Are they needed? Also what are the torque specs on the bolts? I know its impossible to get a torque wrench in one of the areas. Any help to make the installation a manageable one would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 

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Has anyone put a camber kit on their car from it being dropped? I’ve been doing a lot of research and it’s 50/50. From the looks of it, it looks like a pain to put them in too from what I’ve seen.
I just did my rear on my 2020 Honda Accord . It was a pain in the A** . Left side.. buy yourself a long thin profile rachet it will help so much. There is a plastic cover that covers your gas tank. I took mine off to give me a better angle and a better visual at the bolt you're taking off..
Takes time and patience..
But it's doable
 

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Honda should make this a recall item. I had to replace my low resistance tires on the Accord Hybrid because of premature inner tire wear. Had 30K on the stock Michelin low resistance tires. 40K on the odometer (10K on winter driving tires and rims). Spent $1,200 on new 85K tires. Kit and install and alignment will be another $750. This is a design problem and not exclusive to Honda. I was told at Les Schwab they see a lot of this and I was fortunate because a kit was available. This sucks.
 
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