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Old 12-15-2011, 07:23 PM   #1
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I got a 2010 gt suspension wise ive got frpp k springs J and m LCAs adjustable panhard bar and J and M camber plates. would my ride benefit from the steeda LCA brackets?
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If it's anything like the 2011+ you sure would.I'm not sure I would go with Steeda on LCA's though.
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those were the only brackets i could find. any other suggestions on brand?
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BMR and UPR are very good.If you are lowered I think you need the adjustable type
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I already have the j and m lower control arm
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I already have the j and m lower control arm
Not sure exactly what you looking.You talking Relocation Brackets??
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ya my question is I have lowered my car, I have new lower control arms, would getting the relocation bracket in addition to my pre-exisiting mods be beneficial?
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ya my question is I have lowered my car, I have new lower control arms, would getting the relocation bracket in addition to my pre-exisiting mods be beneficial?
Are your LCAs adjustable?
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Then it would probably be a good idea. I think that BMR also makes relocation brackets that would fit.
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