Im mean the spring install, not the camber kit.mrnoname said:im not sure if the altima camber kits are the same for your year as the 93 to 97. but if it is all the camber kit is, is a cam bolt. very easy to install and adjust. i have the eibach on my alty. jus make sure its real tight or yu will hit a bump and your camber will go way negative. :balls:
Thanks. Ive done springs on a mustang before, but they use a modified strut in the front, which was fairly difficult. I suppose the alti will be much easier.craigqc said:spring install is fairly easy if you know what you are doing. youll need a spring compressor for the fronts. you can rent one from pep boys or some plce like that if you dont have one. other wise its an easy install. with a prokit you will be ok without a camber kit. if you go with sportlines you'll need the camber kit.
ill see if i can find you a write up.
dont forget to get an alignment!
There are a few of us on this forum that are also active members of A.net.Alti9 said:Altimas.net banned me (bunch of assholes on that sight)
Smitty 3.5 said:There are a few of us on this forum that are also active members of A.net.
With the proper tools, changing all 4 springs should not take long at all. It took me about 30mins to do both fronts.
Mark said:I can tell you that A.net is not thought of very fondly around here. I was a former member.
Thanks , however I don't feel that I come off in that way. There are some knowledgeable people on there but I will admit that there are many who fall into that category.Alti9 said:Why is that? Because of all the rude idiots who think they know everything when they really dont have a clue?