These kits are made for civics, which means the upper control arm is slightly shorter. Fortunately this effect is canceled out by the lift, so long as the arms are installed upside-down and backwards. The other problem we had was the control arm would rattle in the chassis. Because these kits were made for civics their bushings could not handle off road applications. Don't worry, we include a special set of bushings to secure the arms which has fully resolved this problem. They are made from the same materials used in NASCAR, never need to be oiled, and will last for the life of the car.
Once installed you will be able to adjust the car from 0 degrees to -7 degrees of camber. If you can't afford a 60-80 dollar alignment (which is the best option we recommend), you can use a leveling stick and an accurate ruler to align the tires yourself. Park the car on level ground and put a leveling stick across your tires. Get the bubble in the middle and you are good to go, but generally these kits adjusted to maximum negative will come out to 0 degrees camber. Otherwise check your inside and outside tread depth periodically with a ruler and adjust your camber according to which side has the uneven wear.
These are especially important for running the 235/75/15 tire size, so keep checking back. We will post our full write up shortly!