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Old 05-29-2013, 08:17 AM   #1
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BMR Toe ends and Trailing Arms

I already have BMR Springs and Sways. Using GM Strut tower Brace. Have BMR street bushings in the rear. I am now thinking of doing the Toe ends and Trailing arms. I dont do off road racing and will only hit the 1/4 mile once in a blue moon. My drive to work does have lots of turns that is why i did the springs and sways which made a huge difference.

My question is it necessary to buy the TCA 027 vs the lesser expensive TCA026
http://bmrsuspension.com/?page=produ...d=77&catid=227

and same question with the TR002 vs TR003
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Old 05-29-2013, 10:33 AM   #2
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I went with the lesser expensive ones. I've heard you may need the adjustable toe rod to get your alignment right if your dropped a lot. If your alignment is good with the stock toe rods, you should be good with the non-adjustable ones.
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Old 05-29-2013, 11:07 AM   #3
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I already have BMR Springs and Sways. Using GM Strut tower Brace. Have BMR street bushings in the rear. I am now thinking of doing the Toe ends and Trailing arms. I dont do off road racing and will only hit the 1/4 mile once in a blue moon. My drive to work does have lots of turns that is why i did the springs and sways which made a huge difference.

My question is it necessary to buy the TCA 027 vs the lesser expensive TCA026
http://bmrsuspension.com/?page=produ...d=77&catid=227

and same question with the TR002 vs TR003
http://bmrsuspension.com/?page=produ...d=77&catid=226

My other Mods are in my signature.

thanks
I would recommend the TCA026 and TR002 out of the options you have listed because the other options would honestly be overkill and a waste of money for what you are doing. The one thing I would recommend doing with the trailing arms (TCA026) is the outer trailing arm bushings (BK006) because there is overlapping labor between the two parts and they work very well in conjunction with one another.

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Old 05-29-2013, 11:50 AM   #4
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So, does the TCA026 not come with bushings? Is that why i need the BK006 too?
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Old 05-29-2013, 04:10 PM   #5
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So, does the TCA026 not come with bushings? Is that why i need the BK006 too?
The TCA026 trailing arms do not come with the outer trailing arm bushings because they are not absolutely needed to install the trailing arms but they are something we definitely recommend.

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