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Old 10-03-2013, 10:34 PM   #12

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Originally Posted by BMR Sales View Post
You got it!

Plus this setup really limits the upper control arm movement much better than even the poly-urethane bushings do so you will see an improvement in handling and straight line performance. If you are interested in picking up a set of these let me know and I will make sure we get you taken care of.
Originally Posted by blazzin1 View Post
Yep, that's how it works! I would highly suggest going this route, as getting the OEM bushing out of the stock brackets can be a royal pain in the @$$!!!! Also, just FYI.....this can be done without removing or even lowering the rear subframe. It's a little tight, but it can be done, I did it. Just don't count on getting a torque wrench up in there!!! I used some blue Loctite and good ol' "German Torque" (a.k.a. good-n-tight).
Awesome! Yea that would save a lot of time haha.

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