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This is a discussion on Lakewood Suspenion within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; I was wondering if anybody here has used any of Lakewood Suspensions products? I just ordered a Lakewood adjustable PHB ...

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    Question Lakewood Suspenion

    I was wondering if anybody here has used any of Lakewood Suspensions products? I just ordered a Lakewood adjustable PHB and a set of their Rear Lower Control Arms. If anybody has any reviews, thoughts, or dislikes, I'd like to hear.

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    They are a reputable company, should be good stuff!

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    I have the adjustable panhard and the LCA's.

    Have liked them for years but I have made my car pretty much of a road racer now so I am changing everything to rod ends from the poly bushings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexOnWheels View Post
    I have the adjustable panhard and the LCA's.

    Have liked them for years but I have made my car pretty much of a road racer now so I am changing everything to rod ends from the poly bushings.
    Are you getting ride of the adj. panhard or are you converting it? If you are going to be selling it, I am interested!

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    Not until I have purchased new lca's and a new panhard (with rod ends) first.

    You know I should go through some of my parts as I only have only purchased parts never sold anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LS1Formula01 View Post
    I was wondering if anybody here has used any of Lakewood Suspensions products? I just ordered a Lakewood adjustable PHB and a set of their Rear Lower Control Arms. If anybody has any reviews, thoughts, or dislikes, I'd like to hear.
    used them on my 86TA. good stuff for the price. the only thing is on the adjustable panhard rod is you have to remove the one side that you adjust from the car. turn it, then reinstall it. can be a little fun having to push the car around side to side to get it back on the car.

    http://www.fla-thirdgen.org/mrr23

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrr23 View Post
    used them on my 86TA. good stuff for the price. the only thing is on the adjustable panhard rod is you have to remove the one side that you adjust from the car. turn it, then reinstall it. can be a little fun having to push the car around side to side to get it back on the car.

    http://www.fla-thirdgen.org/mrr23
    Do you still have the 86TA?

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    I have a set of there box LCA's non adjustable i like them i just recently installed LCA's relocations and havent gotten to drive the car yet. but i liked them before teh relocates...much better than the stock junk

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    I have there lca's and they work grea for traction. The ride is harsh though with the poly bushings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by occamaroz View Post
    I have there lca's and they work grea for traction. The ride is harsh though with the poly bushings.
    note that this is true for straight line only... poly actually hinders traction when cornering due to the binding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 9t8z28 View Post
    Do you still have the 86TA?
    nah, haven't had it for about 2 years now.

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