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      05-18-2019, 06:22 AM   #18
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Drives: 2011 128i 6MT Sport
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Oh, that is up to you to decide. Perhaps do either the camber plates or arms first, then decide if you would like to do the other later if the car is not turning in the way you would like?

You can clearly see my front wheels are cambered from outside. To some who are not car enthusiasts, it may look like my suspension is broken. The tires may also wear unevenly if you don't drive the car very hard. I have read this is not too bad of an issue provided you get a quality alignment immediately after install to reset toe back near zero. I don't care that much about tire wear characteristics since this is my fun car, but that may be more important to you.
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