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    Quote Originally Posted by SlasherVRGR View Post
    I have tubualar lowers upfront.. unless you really need to save the weight there's no real benefit other than a slight amount more adjustability. I got the heim joint style ends, they make noise... But racecar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wchiarizzio View Post
    Always Because Racecar.

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    Straight race car

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    The main reason i want tubular a-arms is they have a 1in lower mount on the shock mounting point than stock so it allows front shocks to have a full stroke while still lowered
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    Quote Originally Posted by kylehs View Post
    The main reason i want tubular a-arms is they have a 1in lower mount on the shock mounting point than stock so it allows front shocks to have a full stroke while still lowered
    Some of them do, I got the stock height spohn ones. They're nice

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    i have so far gone with everything BMR. and bmr offers a 1in lowering a-arm which is the one i was gonna get
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    Quote Originally Posted by kylehs View Post
    i have so far gone with everything BMR. and bmr offers a 1in lowering a-arm which is the one i was gonna get
    BMR, spohn, Umi and even founders all offer pretty good stuff. Spohn makes the best solid motor mounts, which I got. Plus they're fairly local, so that's why I went with their a arms. I have founders lower control arm relocation brackets and control arms because they're cheaper and just as good quality and the other 3. All in all you can't really go wrong with any of them. MWC makes some of the highest quality stuff, and makes the only true subframe connectors, but their stuff is expensive.

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    Well i got my car back finally after getting everything installed. It drives alot differently now only down side is it alot noiser. Like suspension noise but going from all rubber to a mix of poly & rod end bushings its understandable, It's really only noticeable on bumpy back roads
    1994 Camaro
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    yeah mine being nearly 20yrs old everything rattles. mine it quite noisy on bumpy roads

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    Tis the Fbody curse. The compromise? RAILS.

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    rails?
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