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Old 12-16-2011, 07:35 AM   #1
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In the next week I plan on ordering a new set of control arms I was thinking about getting some lowers non-adj and adjustable uppers I was looking at ones off American muscle
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In the next week I plan on ordering a new set of control arms I was thinking about getting some lowers non-adj and adjustable uppers I was looking at ones off American muscle
The adjustable uppers will help you get your pinion angle set correctly.
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Good I am also going to pick up some new shock for the back I got to get it done I have bad wheel hop
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I have bad wheel hop to. So bad that I can't even roast the tires on dry road. But when I got the car it didn't have the quad shocks on it. Does your car have them on it right now
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I have bad wheel hop to. So bad that I can't even roast the tires on dry road. But when I got the car it didn't have the quad shocks on it. Does your car have them on it right now
Just replace your stock rear control arms with the stiffer aftermarket units.
The wheel hop should go away.
My car has not had the quad shocks for over 10 years. The addition of aftermarket control arms on just the lowers did the trick for me, but I am installing adjustable uppers when I am able to do so.
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How much is a decent set of lowers. And then does that interfere if I lower it some later on
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My friend gt some lakewoods I think on his cobra fox and he said that he couldn't te a difference
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No, they won't interfere.
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