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I've got an '05 H6. Ran upon 0.5" HDPE, and now I'm lifting it with spacers I've made. You might be glad to know I'm re-purposing old cutting board from a closed restaurant I found in a pile of rubble.
So, do I need an alignment if I:
Lift 1"?
Lift 1.5"?

Also, I'll have some material left so let me know if anyone wants some spacers. You'll have to pay for shipping and pay for my alignment if needed. . . Wait a minute, I just answered my question!!!!:gasp:
 

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Any time you alter the angle of the lower arm, an alignment is necessary. You may want to look into upper strut mounts that allow for camber/caster adjustment, or at least a larger range of camber over the OE cam bolts. Otherwise, your wheels will always be cambered out an handling will suck.
 

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Yes, cambered out will "suck." Thanks for the input. I'll now do my homework on the matter.
 
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