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I looked all through the nnbs static thread but haven't found a sure answer. I got 4-7 now spindles and 2in drop springs, with a flip kit, my plan is to use belltech struts to go 2 more inches up front with the spc alignment kit, and shackle the rear, i know 4in is alot of drop on the strut but I thing I'll be ok with the alignment kit, not sure if the belltech struts will be bottomed out with the -2 setting on strut and 2in springs??? Any help?
 

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Arms and Spindles will get you the best alignment without having to get an alignment kit.
Yea makes sence but im not worried about the alignment kit, I really wanna try and stay away from arms if I can, I know of a few people in here runnin arms, seems like a toss up with arms some people have issues and some don't
 

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I looked all through the nnbs static thread but haven't found a sure answer. I got 4-7 now spindles and 2in drop springs, with a flip kit, my plan is to use belltech struts to go 2 more inches up front with the spc alignment kit, and shackle the rear, i know 4in is alot of drop on the strut but I thing I'll be ok with the alignment kit, not sure if the belltech struts will be bottomed out with the -2 setting on strut and 2in springs??? Any help?
You will for sure need the alignment kit but you will NOT bottom out with the strut cranked down -2. I would also stay away from arms if you can.
 

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I had spindles, coils and struts before and had alignment issues. Went with arms and spindles and it fixed the problem. I may do a 7/11 soon
 
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