Re: RIDE HEIGHT - Saabnet.com Bulletin Board
The issues include the suspension design (camber changes with ride height and unloaded negative camber) mixed with parts that deform and are unable to maintain ride height over time and load.
Shims are a band-aid solution or intended for modified/lowered cars. You start with ride height and see how much you can fix things first. The problem isn't isolated to Aeros, but the Aeros are already lower and thus have more negative camber to begin with. You can also convert any Aero to non-Aero ride height with suitable springs and dampers.
The WIS info on measuring ride height and the ride height tables are under the Documents of Interest section in the link.
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