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    Bmr Suspension

    Tell me what you guys think of Brm Suspension
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    Please all advise will HELP!!!!

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    Tell me what you guys think of Brm Suspension
    I think it's BMR Suspension.....I have mostly UMI suspension components on my Z28, sub frame connectors, strut tower brace, lower control arms and panhard bar.

    I've never heard ANYTHING bad about BMR, I would have to say I see nothing wrong with their products.

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    I have all BMR components on my Camaro, been real pleased with them. I will finish out the last few missing components in BMR products as well.

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    All I have heard about bmr were good things.
    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    I have all BMR components on my Camaro, been real pleased with them. I will finish out the last few missing components in BMR products as well.
    I have been trying to decide between bmr and UMI do you know how they compare?

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    You really are not going to go wrong with either choice.

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    I have all UMI control arms and panhard they are great and nice price. I have the new style BMR springs and they work great with the spohn swaybars. I know a few people with BMR setups and didn't see any difference same quality.
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    i have a bmr adjustable torque arm and have had it for over a year now and havent touched it since... never have heard anything bad about them locally either and theyre a local company..

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    If you have any questions regarding our product line please ask and I will be glad to help

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    I have mainly BMR suspension parts, but also a few UMI pieces. Both are great products and probably among the top 2 most popular choices out there because of their quality and fitment.

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    Have a few suspension mods from BMR. Currently have the new BMR 1.25 lowering springs, welded subframes, and adj. panhard. All pieces were great fit, finish and quality. No problems at all. Will be adding some LCA, and a tower brace also.

    Also hear nothing bad about UMI. I would definitely go with either. But i went with BMR because i noticed all the project cars in GM High Tech all have been hooked up with BMR stuff. That says alot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXZ28LS1 View Post
    Also hear nothing bad about UMI. I would definitely go with either. But i went with BMR because i noticed all the project cars in GM High Tech all have been hooked up with BMR stuff. That says alot.
    Glad to hear. Both UMI and BMR make great products and you can't go wrong with either one.

    In most cases magazines only install and use items from their advertisers. So unless you make a unique product they aren't going to use your items for a project, they go to their advertisers first. If their advertisers don't want to participate or don't have what they want then they look at others. The more you advertise the more they will use your products. We just started working with GM High Tech, Chevy High Performance and Super Chevy this year and it has been great. Our products have been featured in two builds already and it really helps with the magazine reading crowds that don't just rely on the internet.

    Just a little inside tip on that, I don't think there is anything wrong with it. I actually think it is smart because it forced us to advertise with them more.

    I hope that helps,
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