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Honestly, I've lowered and lifted trucks only, this is my first "car", and only have friends with Civics to compare to. They all needed lowering springs AND camber kits to keep rear tires from bowing in...necessary or even possible on a Mazda 6s sedan? (running stock wheels/tires/shocks)..i can't find a place that camber kit would even fit right under my car... any thing? thanks!
 

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Honestly, I've lowered and lifted trucks only, this is my first "car", and only have friends with Civics to compare to. They all needed lowering springs AND camber kits to keep rear tires from bowing in...necessary or even possible on a Mazda 6s sedan? (running stock wheels/tires/shocks)..i can't find a place that camber kit would even fit right under my car... any thing? thanks!
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Nothing is needed man.. I have the sportlines on stock shocks and stock tires (6i) with no problems at all....Just did the normal allignment check afterwards and I was good to fgo... I have Koni Yellow's but they sit in my closet to be installed another day lol..
 

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no camber kit is available
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or needed. I'm running sportlines too
 
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