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Old 02-21-2014, 05:18 PM   #1
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If I have the Eibach sportline springs,front and rear sway bars, Eibach shocks and struts and bump steer kit should I look into getting the upper/lower control arms for front and rear? Will it be necessary?

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Its not completely necesary, but you will notice a difference. A set of MM lca's would compliment that nicely. You can get the uppers if you really want, but they tend to bind unless you're using a spherical bushing, and I would make sure your torque boxes are reinforced. My next step is to get a panhard bar, and use one of the stock uca's as a poor mans three link.

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As for the front, unless you're going to a tubular setup there's really no need to do anything there.
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Ok cool thanks

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Steeda or Max Motorsports LCAs, stock uppers. Spherical UCAs are a band aid for the bigger problem that the stock 4 link suspension design is just complete ****. Torque arm/panhard bar or watts link or swap to IRS. Or the Steeda 5 link.
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