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What to do first?

This is a discussion on What to do first? within the Suspension and Handling forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by UMI Sales Glad to hear your car is responding well. Yes, less body squeaking is a nice ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by UMI Sales View Post
    Glad to hear your car is responding well.

    Yes, less body squeaking is a nice benefit!

    Thanks for choosing UMI.

    ramey

    sorry don't wanna jack the thread but I have a moser 12 bolt rear end what kind of torque arm is compatible 1998 trans am WS6

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    The crossmember that that bolts to the transmission.

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    OK. I never heard it called that before. I would personally get a torque arm that removes the mounting from the tailshaft of the transmission whichever route you go.

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    Hey John.

    Got your PM and replied. Thanks!

    For the benefit of the crowd, all of our torque arm differential mounts are compatible with the stock diff housing as well as the Moser 12 and most other housings intended for use in that car. Our car has a Strange S60.
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    sorry don't wanna jack the thread but I have a moser 12 bolt rear end what kind of torque arm is compatible 1998 trans am WS6
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    This bolts to the car and relieves the mount from the transmission.
    1998 - 2002 GM F-Body Torque Arm Relocation Kit - Manual [2207] - $259.99 : UMI Performance, Inc.

    You can use your factory torque arm or upgrade to ours. If you use the factory torque arm, you'll need to buy the bushing. And the 2207 I linked to is for 98-02 cars with M6. We have others available if you have a 93-97 or a different trans.

    Thanks for looking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eteller View Post
    The crossmember that that bolts to the transmission.

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    Santa delivered a little cash so UMI LCA Relocation brackets just got ordered as the car will not hook to save it's life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eteller View Post
    Santa delivered a little cash so UMI LCA Relocation brackets just got ordered as the car will not hook to save it's life.
    Yay for Santa. Thanks for choosing UMI!

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    Ok UMI/Ramey, what hole do I want to use on a stock springs to get the car to hook better?

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    Bottom hole!

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    Wow that was quick! Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eteller View Post
    I'm on a semi-limited budget, between that and the cold weather I plan on doing about one upgrade a month on my 2000 TA. New pads, rotors and fluid are already here, figured I'd work on the suspension next. She's only got 54k miles on her so the shocks can wait till spring. I plan on replacing the LCA's, Panhard rod, and adding subframe connectors. I do not want to lower it, been there done that, too many hassles, and I'm not planning on any serious drag racing. I basically want this thing to handle in the twisties and tighten it up. So, what should I attack first for the most bang for the buck? Like I said shocks will wait and tires are fine (for now). She does have poly bushings and end links on the front sway bar already, not sure about the back yet.
    The first thing I would replace is the front and rear sway bars with solid units, that are thicker diameter.

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