Corral Elite Member
Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Chesterfield, MO
Not absolutely necessary. Nice to have, though, since you then have the adjustability available, if you need it.
I suggest that you try driving with the new springs for, say, 5k (after a good alignment) and watch the front tires. If they show unusual wear -- it won't be fatal in 5000 miles -- then get the c/c plates.
Enjoy those new springs.
2012 GT 6MT - RTR #59; performance white / charcoal interior
3.73's, AED tune, MGW Race Spec shifter, Airaid MFT, BMR rear LCAs & relo brackets, Panhard rod & brace, FRPP swaybars, MRT a/c H-pipe, LP OTAs, FR GT500 Touring axlebacks, FRPP diff cover, JLT PCV p/s catchcan