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SilverIce1 12-14-2009 02:24 PM

Trailing Arms - Downsides?
 
So, I intend to replace the factory trailing arms because I hate the wheel hop. But, I need to know if there are any downside side effects of this modification. Please advise. Thanks!

2010 2-Tone 12-14-2009 02:31 PM

None that I know about, but hell, what do I know????:D

ZZcamaro 12-14-2009 03:27 PM

Nope!!!
If you do get into arms that are solid rod ends then you can lose some ride quality....but i only saw one set of BMR toe rods that are like that.

You will be happy with the upgrades.

lawdogg149 12-14-2009 03:51 PM

Only down fall at all is about 4 lbs of weight. Well worth it if you want to help stop wheel hop. Great deal on the BMR's best I have seen and used out in the market to date. The upper toe rods work well too. Car will stay more planted in accel.

Info@PeddersUSA.com 12-14-2009 04:52 PM

The 2 primary bushing upgrades to reduce wheel hop are the subframe or cradle bushing movement and the rear diff bushings. Adding just trailing arms or the inner bushing is only a partial fix. There are 2 bushings per trailing arm. But bushings should be replaced if you want to upgrade trailing arm bushings for additional rear support.

mike
dms


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