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Old 06-22-2014, 04:45 AM   #1
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Relocation Brackets question

I have BMR relocation bracket and BMR Non adj LCAand Adj Panhard bar,I'm also on lowering springs about 1.5 drop all around.Right now I have it set at the lowest hole on the brackets,but I'm wondering is this correct.Not rlly sure what I'd be looking for to know if I could benefit from moving them up to the middle or keeping them where they are.Which hole is mostly recommended.
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On street tires I assume? Definitely not the lowest hole. It will hit the tires way to hard in that hole. Start with the top hole and if you're control arms are level that's where you should be. But remember what works for one person may not for someone else. Trial and error.
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I have a similar setup, (1.5" front/2" rear drop). Kelly @ BMR recommended the middle hole on the brackets for me.
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With a 2" drop in the rear then yes the middle hole would be where you would want to start. But his car is only lowered 1.5" in the rear.
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I've got a 1.5" drop all around as well , and the middle hole is what seems to work the best for me.
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Relocation Brackets question

Well I read all over that top hole is for stock height, middle is for moderate drop (1.5" is perfect for that), and bottom is for 2" or lower. As long as the LCA is in a horizontal position while on a load
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Yep, middle here is perfect on mine.
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Yep, middle here is perfect on mine.
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I went middle hole too

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Damnit when I did mine we went with the lowest one lol,I'm gonna give it a shot in the middle.
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