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    LCA's and Relocation Brackets.

    Well i have some serious issues with traction and im wondering if i buy the cheapest LCA's i found some on ebay and Relocation brackets would it make a big difference in tractions.
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    I can't believe those lca's are made in USA for that price. I didn't feel a difference with lca's but the brackets were certainly worth the money. When I put the relocation brackets on mine it moved the rear wheels closer to the front of the fender and with my 18's at the time grabbed the fender on a bad bump. I eventually got adjustable to square the wheels where they originally were.
    The brackets aren't a drastic difference on the street but they proved themselves to me at the track.

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    Ok so im gonna definitly get adjustables for sure then since i already have rubbing issues with the tires and fender.

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    What thew tires already catch the front of the wheel well? We are both talking about the caster of the wheel correct?

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    The relo brackets will make a huge traction gain !!! You will want the adjustable LCA's to recenter your wheels.

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    no were not talking about the same thing then. Mine catch the fender at the top of the fender or center. Damn sumicrapo tires are a bit wide, i think next i will go with Nittos since there not as wide. I want to get LCA's and Relocation brackets and then get sway bars and call it a day on the suspension so i can start on the brakes and install the nitrous. I want to get those first mods out of the way.

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    I only did the relocation brackets, my wheel spin (burn outs) were cut in half.

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    if youve lowered your car ,you really need them for better angle on lca, i perfer bmr weld on type, since im a welder, dont like the bolt on ones, and yes they really help in traction, along with the bmr torque arm,and relocation bracket, and QA1 adj shocks, and dont foget to cut down your rear bump stops to allow for the 1.5 drop
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