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I was told when you lower your car you need to but LCA relocation brackets. Where in the world can you find them? If i was going to do The relocation brackets i was going to go ahead and replace the LCAs also. So what do you guys think performs better, The tubular ones or the Boxed? I would think the Tubular would be harder to twist, but they are considerably cheaper than thier boxed brothers, and most of the time you get what you pay for. So what do you guys think?t
 

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if you dont plan on running 9 secs or faster in your car then you will never find the differance in the tubes and boxed, old school says boxed for drag racing, tubed for road racing... either one will help you out...

relocation backets can be had from BMR,PA, and Spohn (also check UMI ) i would recomend the weldins...
 

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well there you go....

thanks UMI !!! :cool:
 

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I boxed my stock LCA's and then lowered the car 1.75 in the rear. I have had no problems with out the Brackets. I think it hooks better now than before. The pinion angle is like 4 degrees now. I guess everything is ok. Lemme know if i am gonna screw anything up. All the sponsors listed should have LCA RL Brackets. THey are cheap and there are bolt on and weld on versions..
 

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jaysz2893 said:
I boxed my stock LCA's and then lowered the car 1.75 in the rear. I have had no problems with out the Brackets. I think it hooks better now than before. The pinion angle is like 4 degrees now. I guess everything is ok. Lemme know if i am gonna screw anything up. All the sponsors listed should have LCA RL Brackets. THey are cheap and there are bolt on and weld on versions..

If you put the brackets on your set up, the difference will be night and day.
 
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