will installing caster camber plates increase the height of the stang?
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will installing caster camber plates increase the height of the my mustang, I have already lowered, will it increase the height? and also who is it that this bolt on allows you to align it?
The other guys answered your height question. The only thing I'll add is that the cc plates allow you to align it because they have slotted bolt holes in the forward/backward direction (caster) and side to side direction (camber). Check out this link and you can see a picture that will give you an idea of how they work. 79-89 Mustang Billet Caster Camber Plates
Incidentally, we offer AFM members a 10% discount on our webstore, so these cc plates I linked would cost $135. The same plates in steel instead of billet aluminum are about $20 cheaper. Also, I noticed that you're in Miami. We're in Lake Worth, so maybe you can stop by sometime and check out our suspension systems in person?
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