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Old 10-17-2011, 01:31 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Would Eibach Springs Cause Severe Tire Wear? (Rear Drive Side)

Hey guys, just ordered a new set of front and rear Monroe struts. I got them from Amazon.com shipped for $222. Is that a decent deal?

I"m lowered on Eibach springs. I hope new struts are the answer. I've now completely ruined two 20inch rear drivers side tires.

The drivers side rear is the only one giving me problems. The tire is wearing the inside really badly and also its causing "ballooning" on the inside wall of the tire so badly that its loosing air slowly every couple of days. When you hold your hand on the edge of the tire and roll it so you are feeling the edge and the sidewall its so bad it feels like the tire has golf ball size bubbles in it.

Would my Eibach springs cause this problem? I would not think an alignment issue would be causing this? I could be wrong though, which is the reason i'm here.
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inner wear means camber, which will need your attention to an alignment,

normally the wear you will see threads and wires, bubble shape means bad tires as well
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i would definitely get an alignment.
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Default Re: Would Eibach Springs Cause Severe Tire Wear? (Rear Drive Side)

Did you get an alignment after you put the lowering springs on?
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Old 10-17-2011, 02:04 PM   Thread Starter #5
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Default Re: Would Eibach Springs Cause Severe Tire Wear? (Rear Drive Side)

I did get it aligned last year but they said they could only get it "close" because it was lowered it would not be perfect.
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They come with camber from factory, that the price to pay of being lowered but it should not happen that fast. I personally think you paid way too much for those struts. I paid 180 shipped for all my KYB GR-2s and they are by far better strut.
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I did get it aligned last year but they said they could only get it "close" because it was lowered it would not be perfect.
Ive been told the same thing. I had a front tire go bad from camber wear,even after an alignment. The guy told me I needed a camber kit. Everyone here says that you dont need one,but I still had a lot of wear,even the rear. Just rotate more often. I do it once a month now.
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Thanks for the input guys. I didn't want to go with a "performance" strut, i'm after a smooth ride like stock thats why i went with the Monroe's.

I think that either the drivers side rear alignment is REALLY off or that something else is wrong. The passenger side rear is not have any alignment issues so that tells me the rear CAN be aligned properly or "close" to not ruin tires right?
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Everyone here says that you dont need one,but I still had a lot of wear,even the rear.
Maybe you got confused, the front one is not needed. In most cases the rear is needed.
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Maybe you got confused, the front one is not needed. In most cases the rear is needed.
Youre right Im confused, I must have missed that some where along the way.
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It's ok bro, the way to fix rear camber wear is to buy 350 arms that can be adjusted since there are non available for our Maximas.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ICHIBA-REAR-...item255ec7522c
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It's ok bro, the way to fix rear camber wear is to buy 350 arms that can be adjusted since there are non available for our Maximas.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ICHIBA-REAR-...item255ec7522c
OOOOhhhh, those are sexy!!!
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So buy those arms and my rear alignment problems are gone? Those dont say they fit maximas?
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So buy those arms and my rear alignment problems are gone? Those dont say they fit maximas?
Read what I said in post #11. Help me to help you geez..
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Read what I said in post #11. Help me to help you geez..
Sorry bro, just double checking. I just ordered those, thank you for the help.
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Its cool, glad I could help. Yes those will fix the problem. The way the arms are built is to go up an inward when you hit uneven pavement so it doesn't bend the quarter panels. When you lower it you bring that arm up more thus causing negative camber( that inward angle). The way to fix that is to replace the bottom arms( that I posted) and pull the wheel in from the bottom. That will eliminate the camber. Just make sure that they leave a little bit of camber or the car will ride funny.
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Ok cool, hopefully they ship out soon, i really need to get this fixed.

So, even though i'm looking for a factory soft smooth ride, are you still recommending the KYB struts? If so, where is the cheapest place to order them? I can cancel my order through amazon for my Monroe's.
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probably amazon will still be your best bet.
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It's ok bro, the way to fix rear camber wear is to buy 350 arms that can be adjusted since there are non available for our Maximas.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ICHIBA-REAR-...item255ec7522c
http://www.amazon.com/Eibach-5-81260...2007&carId=001 ? Amazon says it fits?
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It also says that it's for the front and I promise you that thing would not fit anywhere in front.
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It also says that it's for the front and I promise you that thing would not fit anywhere in front.
Roger! thanks
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Gotta order me some to. I hope your not in a hurry if you ordered from them. I just received an order from them today that I ordered back on sept 24. It was suppose to be here on the 9th. They also wont answer emails. BS people to me.
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Gotta order me some to. I hope your not in a hurry if you ordered from them. I just received an order from them today that I ordered back on sept 24. It was suppose to be here on the 9th. They also wont answer emails. BS people to me.
who did you order from? the ebay link or the amazon link?
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who did you order from? the ebay link or the amazon link?
The people on the ebay link. West Covina Nissan.
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So are those rear camber arms a must if u lower your car?
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