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Hi, im doing a full restoration of my 280z and i am wondering if front camber plates/rear camber bushings are mandatory for a street build running 15x9 -15 offset wheels and 245 wide tires at 4 corners under zg flares, on stock replacement stagg shocks and vogtland springs.

 

Any advice on this would be really appreciated since i  would weld the camber plates if needed before repainting my engine bay.

 

Thanks in advance!

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no man, the camber is super close if you just do the standard drop of 1-1.5"

 

If you haven't purchased the shocks and springs go with BC coilovers. They have an integrated pillowball mount, camber plate!

 

Where in Canada you at?

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Hey thanks for the reply!

 

I already have the stagg shocks and vogtland springs in stock....

 

I would try it without camber plates if i am sure that everything will clear....

 

Should have go with the BC coilovers.....I would not have this dilemma right now....

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Im in Quebec province.

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17 hours ago, mforget said:

Hey thanks for the reply!

 

I already have the stagg shocks and vogtland springs in stock....

 

I would try it without camber plates if i am sure that everything will clear....

 

Should have go with the BC coilovers.....I would not have this dilemma right now....

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Im in Quebec province.

Good luck with the build. You have all winter!

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