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Old 04-19-2014, 06:55 AM   #1
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Rear lower LCA's: Do I need the relo brackets?

I'm lowered 1.5" all the way around.

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Yes you do. Use the middle hole.

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Yes you do. Use the middle hole.

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Thanks! Any suggestions on a brand? Or are they all pretty comparable?

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Yea, BMR work well. I was gonna go Steeda to match the rest of the suspension, but aint got a welder any longer. BMRs just bolt in easily. And, yes, middle hole for 1.5" is perfect.
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