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Old 01-22-2012, 07:49 AM   #1
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Are New UCA's needed with Bilsteins Set at 1.75

Just like the title asks? Are new UCA's needed for front Bilsteins set at 1.75? I'm currently set at 2.5 and within an 1/8" of being level but my caster is out. May lower down to 1.75 to I can avoid going with UCA's. Thoughts?
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No. I would drop it to 1.75 because i,m not sure what having your caster off will do to the tires.
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Caster isn't a tire wearing angle. I'm just tired of the lack of directional stability going down the highway.
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