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Old 08-14-2008, 05:26 AM   #4
RandallNeighbour
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Rob, I'm learning all about lowered boxsters in eager anticipation of doing it to mine in just a few weeks when more parts come in.

You'll never get enough toe in to make specs on a lowered boxster without adjustable toe arms in the rear. I don't know if you have them or not...

If you go to Hunter's web site, they have a listing of who owns their machines. It would be well worth a trip to San Antonio or El Paso (depending on where you live in the deep south part of Texas) to find a shop with one of these machines. Or, find a Porsche performance shop that does alignments and they'll know what to do. The problem is that the performance shops are going to be double that of an indy with a Hunter machine.
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