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LCA relo brackets on non lowered cars

This is a discussion on LCA relo brackets on non lowered cars within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; do LCA relocation brackets offer any benefit to non lowered vehicles?...

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    LCA relo brackets on non lowered cars

    do LCA relocation brackets offer any benefit to non lowered vehicles?
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    They might if you have wheel hop. They most certainly do not hurt anything.

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    already have adj pan hard bar, pan hard relocation bracket, LCA, SFC, adj torque arm, and torque arm relo bracket on car and have the LCA relocation brackets in a box wondering if I should put them on. lol

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    Oh, you have the shelf mounted brackets? I hear they do wonders for correcting wheel hop

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    Shelf mounted brackets??
    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    Oh, you have the shelf mounted brackets? I hear they do wonders for correcting wheel hop

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    It was ajoke that you own the brackets and are debating whether to install them or not. You've already spent the money, why let them sit on a shelf?

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    ok gotcha. lol I'm a crappy ass welder so going to have to pay someone to weld them on for me lol i'll have to go find the instructions someplace in my house. another thing I have the Moser rear end now wondering if it will still fit. guess I will have to do some research.
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    ok I guess the point is moot now, looks like Moser requires a different relocation bracket.

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