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    I am in the process of gathering parts to lower my car. the following parts I have so far are

    eibach lowering springs (1 inch) front and rear

    tokico blue struts & shocks

    wheels are the infinit 18x8 factory



    my concern is camber? its only a one inch lower, does the stock suspension have enough adjustment?
    2003 G35 sedan twilight blue metallic, 18x8 OEM, complete stock, CAI, Magnaflow street series muffler.


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    Default Re: lowering g35 sedan

    With that drop I wouldn't worry too much about a full camber kit.

    If you are concerned the rear camber/toe bolt set will take care of the rear for you and should be able to be picked up used pretty cheap. Just as an example, I had my car lowered pretty low on tein coils and never had the front camber kit with no issues.
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    What he ^said, im guessing you have a spot where your gonna get it aligned after?
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    Default Re: lowering g35 sedan

    here is what I got so far, I grabbed a few Moog Suspension parts to make the install a whole lot easier Insulator, spring rubber, boot and bump stop. I have a Mac strut compressor tool so I had these parts together in no time. Just got to find the time to get them installed

    thanks for the information!!!
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    2003 G35 sedan twilight blue metallic, 18x8 OEM, complete stock, CAI, Magnaflow street series muffler.


    2003 GMC Sierra LB7 EFI live, MBRP downpipe, 3" exhaust, BD manifold, CTS insight, AEM CAI, ProFab intake horn, stock turbo, PPE boost fooler, flexalite fan kit, FASS 150, Bilstein/moog suspension, 33" Dick Cepek

    1973 Chevrolet Camaro Stock Car/Hobby Stock, SBC, Powerglide, 9" rear

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    Nice hardwood and the rug is majestic.

    Looks good! Good luck with the install.
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