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Old 10-08-2009, 10:11 AM   #1
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Talking 2010 Camaro trailing arms (TCA026) tunnel brace (DTB004) pics!!

Here are a few pics of our TCA026 and DTB004 installed on our 2010 Camaro shop car. With 30-60 minutes of time and some simple hand tools these can be easily installed by any novice. We have these items in stock and ready to ship.

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Old 10-08-2009, 10:27 AM   #2
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sorry if this is a stupid question but will this actually help anything?
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Old 10-08-2009, 11:59 AM   #4
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sorry if this is a stupid question but will this actually help anything?
Not a stupid question at all. Our trailing arms replace the weak, flimsy stock trailing arms which have a bad habit of flexxing and tweaking under any load. Our trailing arms get rid of almost all the wheel hop these cars have. The tunnel brace stiffens the chassis in the area where the driveshaft carrier bearing bolts to the chassis. It helps stiffen the entire area around the brace and replaces the thin,weak stamped steel piece. Hope that answers your question.
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Helped alot on my turbo 2010 camaro. No wheel hop now. Thanks BMR.
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So you don't have to go find it price and ordering information: http://www.bmrfabrication.com/F5.htm
TCA026 Rear Trailing Arms, pair $139.95
DTB004 Drive Shaft Tunnel Brace $89.95

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Old 10-08-2009, 12:54 PM   #7
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Definitely will buy. Had these on my 97Z and worked awesome.
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Not a stupid question at all. Our trailing arms replace the weak, flimsy stock trailing arms which have a bad habit of flexxing and tweaking under any load. Our trailing arms get rid of almost all the wheel hop these cars have. The tunnel brace stiffens the chassis in the area where the driveshaft carrier bearing bolts to the chassis. It helps stiffen the entire area around the brace and replaces the thin,weak stamped steel piece. Hope that answers your question.
Thank you for perfectly explaining it!
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So you don't have to go find it price and ordering information: http://www.bmrfabrication.com/F5.htm
TCA026 Rear Trailing Arms, pair $139.95
DTB004 Drive Shaft Tunnel Brace $89.95

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Good deal. Give me a call when you are ready and I will get you all squared away.
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Definitely will buy. Had these on my 97Z and worked awesome.
For the price and results you can't go wrong with these items.
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Thank you for perfectly explaining it!
No problem that is what I am here for. If you have any other questions don't hesitate to call me and ask whatever questions you have.
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here are some comparison shots of the Trailing arm vs stock trailing arm:





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Old 10-08-2009, 03:35 PM   #11
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Thanks for posting the pics Rikarus.
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Just stuck a set of these on our G8 GXP shop car with a six speed manual trans. It helped the wheel hop immensely. We also added our new line of bushings to it and completely got rid of the wheel hop.
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Just stuck a s3et of these on our G8 GXP shop car with a six speed manual trans. It helped the wheel hop immensely. We also added our new line of bnushings to it and completely got rid of the wheel hop.
Are the bushings going to be added to the Trailing Arms or do they have to be purchased seperate?
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