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And we no longer sell Ingalls Suspension products... sowwy. But i'm sure any of the "mommy's garage sellers" on eBay would be MORE than happy to drop-ship it to you, and make 2% on the sale... ::sigh::

A 2" drop DOES change the alignment camber-wise... but not much, but if you want it factory, then yea, a camber kit would be required. Sure, you 'could' just get an alignment... but the camber won't be exactly stock.
 

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It won't be stock, true enough, but it will be fine as far as handling (better I think) and tire wear. If you want to reduce the negative camber in the rear you can always shim the LCA.
 

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plus the (-) camber you will receive is actually an added bonus to lowering your car, not a hinderance. the toe is what will kill you, hence the aligment.

but yeah, if you want camber correction shim the rear upper control arm and get an adjustable abll joint for the front.

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Keep in mind that you need the 90-91 front upper control arms if you're going to be using an adjustable ball joint. The 88 and 89 models use one-piece UCA's.
 
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