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Old 01-18-2013, 09:45 AM   #2
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They will sag to the proper height after a couple of months, just be patient. If it really bothers you, it can be easily fixed (temporarily) by removing the lower & upper rubber spring pads (5mm each). Jack up the rear from the diff, unbolt the lower shock mounts and the control arms will freely suspend to easily removes springs. It'll take you 15min.
The factory camber specs for the rear are between -1.5 & -2.0. If the car sits a bit high, it'll be less due to geometry (hard to notice -1.0 camber).
Also, it's better to measure the distance between wheel hub (center) and fender... different tires brands have different sidewall heights that will throw off a comparison.
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