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New owner of a CT200h here. I'm wanting to lower the vehicle, going to go with coilovers as the front of these cars appear to have more gap up front, so being able to make the front slightly lower with coilovers is a must. Currently going to go with Tein Flex A VSQ36-D1AS3 coilovers. I'm running the stock 17's on the car and plan to keep it that way. What about camber? Will I need camber arms, bots, etc running this setup? I've done countless searches among various forums to no avail. Any help and input is greatly appreciated. Thanks![h=1][/h]
 

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