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Old 08-23-2013, 07:27 PM   #1
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Lca ?

What's the difference between "jacker" LCAs and normal non adjustable? I want to lower the rear another half inch maybe less, so I thought maybe going with the jacker unless they are no good. Also, I know MM sells a set but does anyone know how J&M are?

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I have the j&m uppers and lowers (not the jackers though) and Im honestly not thrilled with them. They helped but not what I was hoping for. Take it from someone who already regrets it... Spend the money and get the MM set

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I have upper and lowers , they helped .. But not what I'd imagine .. I'm still spinning out like crazy

Doing full length subframes next.. Hope it helps me stick.. If not upgrade to 330/35/18 in the rear
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