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Old 07-04-2013, 04:11 PM   #1
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I want to replace my LCAs and relocation brackets. I have koni str.t, ultralites, gt500 mounts, bmr phb, and camber bolts. Also cut the rear bumpstops. Looks like im only missing uca and lca
Right now I want to only upgrade the LCAs with relo brackets from bmr to stop wheel hop. I dont drag or track my car. I know the labor cost will jump if I decide to replace the uca and mount.
My question is can I Survive without doing the UCA now, or is it necessary. Car is a DD.
P.s. how do I get the 6% off AM?
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Old 07-04-2013, 05:21 PM   #2
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Check out what I did.

http://www.mustangevolution.com/foru....php?p=1662079

I also used a coupon code from stage3motorsports stang30 saved me $30!

Installing these pieces was a breeze. The great thing about the '10-'14 mustangs is you don't have to drop the gas tank to get to it. The top bolt is just under the rear seat. Save a lot of money and do the work yourself.
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You will be ok. Just try not to go toooo long before doing the UCA. I went the same route you did. Put my lcas and brackets on last month, and will be ordering the UCA and mount next month. I have about 6k miles on the car since lowering, and no problems.

I definitely agree with Primer though. Do the work yourself and save some money. The LCAs are a breeze, and the UCA isn't bad at all. Just a little tough to reach the bolt.
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If you unbolt the sway bar and the bottom of the shocks the axel will drop down and give you tons of room to work.
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If you unbolt the sway bar and the bottom of the shocks the axel will drop down and give you tons of room to work.
Good tip! I'll definitely do that, thanks!
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