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Old 06-30-2013, 09:50 AM   #1
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Dna motoring??

Anyone heard of them? Someone is trying to sell me DNA motoring upper and lower control arms for $140. Just seeing if I should or not :/
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I looked them up and there's quite a couple things saying do not buy from them and stuff like that. I recommend you buy some from American Muscle. Excellent customer service and great prices. I just checked for you have the have SR Upper and Lower control arms for 170. And if you want to go a little bit more quality they have a BBK set for 300. Hope this helps.
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I looked them up and there's quite a couple things saying do not buy from them and stuff like that. I recommend you buy some from American Muscle. Excellent customer service and great prices. I just checked for you have the have SR Upper and Lower control arms for 170. And if you want to go a little bit more quality they have a BBK set for 300. Hope this helps.
This, you get what you pay for. I'd even go as far as saying only buy from a well known reviewed brand. My personal feelings on this are UPR for a straight line car and MM for a corner carver.

Any reason you are going just tubular arms? You can save a lot of money in the long run by just getting a full blown coilover/k member kit all at once. UPR has holiday specials every year or just gander on over at them now. I think its $700 for the K, control arms, springs/shocks and all hardware.
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