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Old 06-12-2013, 09:59 PM   #36
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This is an honest question but.... where did you here this? Have you experienced this yourself? LCA's operate more on a front to rear stress movement and not so much up and down. When moving up and down the primary piece involved is the UCA... now the rear joint in the LCA will move up and down while the body side is stationary. The biggest improvement to LCA's when comparing aftermarket to OEM are the bushings then of course the arm itself.
I'm going by my experience on my 05, the lowers got rid of most of my wheel hop, I had to get the upper to eliminate it totally.
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I'm going by my experience on my 05, the lowers got rid of most of my wheel hop, I had to get the upper to eliminate it totally.
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