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Old 09-06-2013, 07:13 AM   #1
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Adjustable control arms or Regular

Should I get adjustable control arms or can I just go with steeda's Stop-The-Hop-Pak?
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If you are lowering, I would go with the adjustable, if not, the STHP will be sufficient.
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Not to hijack the thread but if you are lowered an inch on p springs would adjustable still be the way to go or would non adjustable be sufficient. Thanks
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If you are lowering, I would go with the adjustable, if not, the STHP will be sufficient.
I have steeda springs that lowered it 1" front and 1.25 in the rear
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-1" lowering, you should be fine with the non-adjustable.
(We are -1.5 and our pinion angle needs to be adjusted slightly. The adjustable upper will get the angle back to spec.)
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