Originally Posted by MOTRONIX
i take it you havent performed a 4 wheel alignment when the springs were installed? if not, get it done , thats the reason why you are chewing tires up. when the car is lowered you are going to increase negative camber, and thus cause the toe specs to go out to lunch. they have to be adjusted to spec or 'other' specs to improve tire wear. but unfortunatly only toe can be adjusted on the front only, if your car doesnt have bushing adjustment kits throughout the chassis. the car will drive a hell of alot better when its aligned
Sorry I took so long to reply....I had an alignment done.....but it seemed like a cheap place - should I have it done again? Any recommendations that does it specically on lowered cars?