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Old 03-11-2019, 09:27 PM   #1
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BMR Control Arms & Xtreme Anti-roll Kit

I have a friend who has Xtreme Anti-roll Kit, Rear, Hollow 1.375" and the BMR Control Arms MTCA030R but wrecked his car before installing them. Could anyone tell me if these parts fit my 2015 Camaro ss? Friends Camaro was 2010-11 so I want to make sure they fit before I buy them. Thanks
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Old 03-12-2019, 04:30 AM   #2
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They will.
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The control arms do require a different shock tho. You'll need strange or viking shocks.
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The control arms do require a different shock tho. You'll need strange or viking shocks.
Thanks for responding....I been reading and it looks like I can get bmr conversion kit and use my OEM shocks....but I do have 63k miles so Im thinking I might as well replace the shocks. I will check those shocks out thanks again
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Old 03-12-2019, 09:51 AM   #5
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I run the whole rear setup on my Daily. it drives just fine.
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Thanks for responding....I been reading and it looks like I can get bmr conversion kit and use my OEM shocks....but I do have 63k miles so Im thinking I might as well replace the shocks. I will check those shocks out thanks again
you can Not use OEM Shocks - they were designed to use a Shorter Coilover from Strange Engineering
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you can Not use OEM Shocks - they were designed to use a Shorter Coilover from Strange Engineering
Is the Strange setup the only option for these lower control arms (MTCA030)? I was looking to pair the control arms with a set of Viking shocks. Thanks
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Is the Strange setup the only option for these lower control arms (MTCA030)? I was looking to pair the control arms with a set of Viking shocks. Thanks
You could probably use a Viking, but I don't have a Crossover Part #
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You could probably use a Viking, but I don't have a Crossover Part #
I found a page in the Viking catalog for crossover part numbers in case anyone else is looking for other options. They list Viking, Afco, QA1, and Strange.
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