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Old 07-18-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Do I need adjustable lower control arms?

Ok, I'm running a stock supsension 2014 GT and all of my mods have been in the power dept. I'm trying to rid some of my wheel hop so control arms are on my short list. My question is do I need adjustable lower control arms?

I will lower the car down the road and I may add the bracket to correct the lower control arms if needed. Car is used mostly as a DD and drag racing...

I have searched but have yet to find the correct info. Thanks!
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I'm lowered on Steeda Sports (1" front, 1.5" rear) and I did non-adjustable LCA's with relo brackets. Works great and no wheel hop. Unless you plan on slamming the car, I doubt you'd need adjustable LCA's. Just my opinion, though.
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Unless you have an alignment rack in you garage, do your adjusting at the upper. In fact, for a real assault on wheel hop, try changing that out first before the lcas.

Getting an adjustable one now preps you for 1 piece driveshafts, lowering, etc. down the road.
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Unless you have an alignment rack in you garage, do your adjusting at the upper. In fact, for a real assault on wheel hop, try changing that out first before the lcas.

Getting an adjustable one now preps you for 1 piece driveshafts, lowering, etc. down the road.
Ok thanks, does a 1 piece DS need adjustable lowers or just the upper to correct the pinon angle?
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No man, think a bit. All you need to do is adjust the vertical plane of the rear axle. adjusting that at the upper is the most sensible way to do this.
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