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Rear lower control arms

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Anyone have a good HOWTO for replacing the stock RLC arms with adjustable (eibach) ones or similar?
The install is a self evident easy job. Remove 4 bolts, replace four bolts and relocate your e brake cable. The tricky part will be the length you choose. You need the car on a level surface. Then you need to measure your pinion angle. I've always set them up a -3 degrees. It's going to be difficult crawling back and forth and adjustinting the LCA's. But it can be done. I went with non adjustabels on my Boss. The car has stock springs. I was led to believe if I lowered the car the UCA would address the problem.


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Its pretty easy to swap them out. I left the car on ramps and swapped them out without even removing the tires. I would start with stock length and go from there. Myself I went with non adjustable lowers. I have an adjustable upper that I am going to install. going to set mine to -3 as well. I have a one piece driveshaft. I figure its easier to adjust one arm instead of two as making them both equal can be a pain.

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