The Other White Meat
better watch out, theres stuff in the way... you might hit that flowery bit trying to go around onto that little kerb there...
no thats right friend has camry struts on his es300 .. so im guessing its the samekyle0k said:The most modest drop is an inch,you can order eibachs for the lexus es300 off tirerack.com and it will fit the camry. Alot of people put camry springs on the es300 so im assuming vice versa will owrk too,tell me if im wrong though.
I have the same setup that bull has on his car except I'm running oem struts. My 18s with 225/40 have never rubbed.. even will a full load.Knailgun said:reading Bull's posts makes me excited and scared to be getting my new 18"s today or tomorrow.....they are 225/40's...phew
Same here! Going Tein S. Tech 1.5-F, 0.6-R with KYB's all around since my struts have been shot for over a year. Plus Mavis owes me an alignment and I'm still on snow tires, although I'll probably keep them on a little longer since there's a snow prediction at least once a week here in the northeast :/Tein springs (1.6; 0.8). No camber kit...did an alignment just in case. Replace the struts to save labor. all this on Gen 4/4.5
Sure you don't mean the Tein S. Tech?Modest drop preference = Tein H.Tech
Front drop = .87"
Rear drop = .08"
High Tech is made from a new material called "Vanadium"
which is much lighter then other spring and increases flexibility.
- All spring are designed specifically to fit each car for maximum performance.
- About a 1 inch drop for a more attractive appearance.
- Comfortable ride quality is still maintained by using the OEM bump rubber and noise protection sheet.(available for most model)