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Old 03-02-2013, 12:47 PM   #1
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I'm thinking about some of the Competition Eng. LCA's. my question is Adjustable with the solid Rod Ends, Or the Non Adj. with Polyurethane bushings?
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I'm thinking about some of the Competition Eng. LCA's. my question is Adjustable with the solid Rod Ends, Or the Non Adj. with Polyurethane bushings?
Is your car a DD?

Solid rods are very stiff and will produce a lot of noise and make a very harsh ride.

Poly if it is a DD
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Is your car a DD?

Solid rods are very stiff and will produce a lot of noise and make a very harsh ride.

Poly if it is a DD
Yes DD , I was thinking Poly.
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Yes DD , I was thinking Poly.
Yeah I would say to do poly.
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Not only poly but non-adjustable as well. You don't need adjustable, trust me.
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Old 03-02-2013, 03:04 PM   #6
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Not only poly but non-adjustable as well. You don't need adjustable, trust me.
Thanks that's good to know !
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What's been said and...make your adjustability at the upper unless you like regular 4-wheel alignments.
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What's been said and...make your adjustability at the upper unless you like regular 4-wheel alignments.
Would you need to get an alignment after changing out the UCA with an adjustable one?

Your statement confuses me.
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Think on it for a sec....if you have one adjustment at the upper the direction the wheels are pointing is still the same. If you have 2 adjustments at the lowers, you'll have to be bang-on or the car will turn left or right. That's the "alignment" I mean. You'll definitely want the wheels all on the same thrust line, so the car doesn't dog track.
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