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Old 01-26-2013, 05:21 PM   #1
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As far as suspension goes, What other parts do you guys suggest I get.
BTW LOVE how the car drives and handle's now.












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Nice!

you'll want to look at getting LCA, Relocation brackets for the LCA, and UCA.
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Nice!

you'll want to look at getting LCA, Relocation brackets for the LCA, and UCA.
The UCA would that have to be an adjustable one?
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Got any pics of the whole car with that setup? Would love to see how low it looks compared to the ground.
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Did you install the suspension pieces yourself? I am interested in getting a similar setup.
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Got any pics of the whole car with that setup? Would love to see how low it looks compared to the ground.
Will get some pic's tomorrow, It look 100% better than before and handle and rides sweet.


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Did you install the suspension pieces yourself? I am interested in getting a similar setup.
No. I have a buddy that works at a dealership, it took a couple hour's with alignment.
Its not hard to do with out a life, Lift just made it so easy.
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Just took some Picture's while I was out shopping.
The Florida sun was a little too much for my camera phone. I will take some better one's later.





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Just took some Picture's while I was out shopping.
The Florida sun was a little too much for my camera phone. I will take some better one's later.
Quick tip: Always have your back to the sun when you take pics.

It looks pretty BA anyway. Any noise when going over bumps?
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Just took some Picture's while I was out shopping.
The Florida sun was a little too much for my camera phone. I will take some better one's later.
Wish I had that problem. Only 20 degrees here!
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Looks good!!
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Quick tip: Always have your back to the sun when you take pics.

It looks pretty BA anyway. Any noise when going over bumps?
Thank, I know, I just hoped out of the car and too them really quick, I took pic's of the back of the car and they came out prefect.

No noise over bumps, But I do have a little clunk from the from when I back in to my driveway and the steering is turned full .left or right. The spring I believe need to settle in to place. I will keep and ear out for it during the next week. Its only when I come in to my driveway. Normal driving is fine.

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Wish I had that problem. Only 20 degrees here!
There is plenty of room down here, What are you wanting for. I hated the cold weather in new york.
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Thanks.

Thank, I know, I just hoped out of the car and too them really quick, I took pic's of the back of the car and they came out prefect.

No noise over bumps, But I do have a little clunk from the from when I back in to my driveway and the steering is turned full .left or right. The spring I believe need to settle in to place. I will keep and ear out for it during the next week. Its only when I come in to my driveway. Normal driving is fine.

There is plenty of room down here, What are you wanting for. I hated the cold weather in new york.
My rather amazing company I work for is only located here . Just sucks driving the car this time of year. Break the back wheels loose just by looking at the road.
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Are those 18's or 19's just wondering because it looks like a nice drop, plus if u dont mind getting a better side pic thx
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Are those 18's or 19's just wondering because it looks like a nice drop, plus if u dont mind getting a better side pic thx
There stock 19". I will get better picture soon.
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Rest of the parts to finish up my suspension. Except the tools..LOL





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Rest of the parts to finish up my suspension. Except the tools..LOL
Did you get the bracket for the uca?? I think you need it if you get the bmr uca
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Did you get the bracket for the uca?? I think you need it if you get the bmr uca
No... Why would the stock one not work? I was not aware of that..

Hey do you know which hole on the relocation bracket are used for a car lowered 2''?


Just read the instruction, It's not needed, Can work with both!!!
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No... Why would the stock one not work? I was not aware of that..

Hey do you know which hole on the relocation bracket are used for a car lowered 2''?
Bmr has it on the lowest hole with a 1.5.
I am about 85% sure u need it, at lease that is what the guy from bmr told me.
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That thing is nice!
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Bmr has it on the lowest hole with a 1.5.
I am about 85% sure u need it, at lease that is what the guy from bmr told me.
The instruction that came with it says factor or the one they sell. The installation picture also shows the stock bracket.
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The instruction that came with it says factor or the one they sell. The installation picture also shows the stock bracket.
Just to be safe give bmr a call before getting to work. It would suck half way you find out u need it.
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Just to be safe give bmr a call before getting to work. It would suck half way you find out u need it.
Thanks for the heads up, I will call them tomm..

There located about 40min's from my house, Not sure if they have a store front..
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Just to be safe give bmr a call before getting to work. It would suck half way you find out u need it.
I just went ahead and ordered it, Should have it friday. Thanks for lettering me know about it.

There wed sit said they recommend it as you may have clunking noise with the stock mount.
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I just went ahead and ordered it, Should have it friday. Thanks for lettering me know about it.

There wed sit said they recommend it as you may have clunking noise with the stock mount.

That was a close one lol
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