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Old 05-11-2013, 05:40 PM   #1
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Appropriate angle LCA'S

Do you want them lower on the bracket side or slightly high? Trying to figure out if I I need relo's

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You want them either level or slightly angled down in the rear. A lot will depend on what other suspension parts you have and more importantly what tires you're running. Here are how mine look.
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Ok so slightly higher on bracket side then... Level better? I have roush 1" drop & running Pzero 255x40x19
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No slightly lower on the axle side. In my pic you can see it goes down slightly from right to left. On street tires you'll want them as close to level as possible. You're car is probably slighter higher on the front of the control arms after lowering with the Roush springs.
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That looks so BadA$$... I can't wait to finish collecting my suspension parts.
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Man I sound stupid sometimes lol birthday weekend and little sleep lol. Thanks for the info.
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