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Alignment issues with lowering springs?


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San Diego, CA
Genesis Model Type
Genesis G80
So I've seen plenty of discussion about which springs can be used for lowering different amounts, but one of the questions I haven't seen addressed is how anyone deals with the necessary alignment changes that even a 1" overall drop might require.

Is there enough adjustability in the factory suspension such that any alignment shop should be able to get things set right, or if I put in a set of Storms, am I dooming myself to excessive camber and uneven tire wear?

I'm expecting to take delivery of a 2020 Acura TLX this summer, and researching lowering options for that, it's been strongly recommended to add a camber kit when doing lowering springs to ensure alignment is still in spec, but I don't see any such things readily available for the G80...
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