I haven't seen anyone say this, but if you install lowering springs, it's important to get an alignment. Lowering will definitely throw out the toe (accelerating tire wear) and will also change the camber.eddiesti2004 said:hi.i would like to know do we need any camber kit after we lower our cube with the megan spring?!?!
This is what Nissan say’s it should be, ideally it should be as close to nominal for best handling, comfort, and tire wear. Racing is a whole different ball game. As you can see, the rear’s are negative from the manufacture and have quite a range of allowable negative camber.aftershock141 said:Have you guys been able to get proper alignments (stock specs) while running the Megan Springs? Does anyone know how much negative camber you are able to run with the stock suspension setup and springs?