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Fits: 71-73 240Z RWD, 74 260Z RWD, 75-78 280Z RWD, 82-84 Maxima RWD, 84-88 200SX (S12) RWD, 84-89 300ZX RWD, 90-96 300ZX RWD

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At Andy's Auto Sport, we have a huge variety of Nissan 200SX camber kits to ensure that you have every camber kit option available to you. We go out of our way to carry every major line of Nissan 200SX camber kits, so that whether you are looking for a rear Nissan 200SX camber kit or a front camber kit, we've got it for you. Andy's Auto Sport is the ultimate shopping destination for your Nissan 200SX camber kit needs!


WHY TO BUY?
NEWS


Bringing your alignment back into factory specs, or even near factory specs, is an important step when lifting or lowering your ride. Installing a camber kit will help keep your tires wearing evenly, and will therefore help maintain traction. When choosing your new camber kit, be sure that it matches your needs as there are different kits available depending on how much camber correction you need.
DID YOU KNOW?
Not all vehicles will require a camber kit when lowered or lifted, but if your alignment is out of spec due to a modified suspension, it's a good bet that your ride would benefit from a camber kit. Excessive deviation from stock alignment settings can make it near impossible to adjust the suspension arms enough to correct for camber issues without some help, and that's where camber kits come in to save the day.
FAQ's
Q: What do camber kits do? Why buy camber kits?
A: Any amount of ride height change will cause the camber of your tires to change. This means that instead of the tires being perfectly perpendicular to the grant, they will be slight slanted, inward in the case of negative camber, outward in the case of positive camber. It might not always be visible, but having your camber out of adjustment will cause the tire to run on the inside or outside edge only since the tires will be slanted relative to the ground. The lower you go the more negative camber you will get and the faster the tire will wear. There are different camber kits available to combat this problem; the correct kit is determined by how much your camber is away from the factory recommended specification.

Q: How do you install camber kits?
A: Depending on the car you drive, camber kits are comprised differently. Contact us for installation details, or simply have it installed by professionals.

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