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Old 04-29-2015, 04:39 PM   #36
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Good vid!

And yes, the bearing trumps all. Most cannot handle the increased NVH from the bearing, over the Poly; though.
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Good vid!

And yes, the bearing trumps all. Most cannot handle the increased NVH from the bearing, over the Poly; though.
How about the diff bushing?
Mines still stock....how hard is that one to change and is it necessary when every other bushing is poly?
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Quick question guys. I hope to have time to throw everything in this weekend. I am going to assume with a 1.5" rear drop I will be looking at the upper UCA mount hole with the new BMR bracket and middle hole on the LCA relocators? As a starting point. Thats what I gather, at the moment is a good start. The upper UCA mount hole should be a must due to the drop.

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That's correct.


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Thanks, T!

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If you need help, BMR has an angle finder for pinion angle. I would invest in one personally.
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