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Old 08-22-2011, 10:07 AM   #1
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i came across a set for a great deal on here .. thanks to cody,
i dont have any lift yet but was wondering should i instal them now of just slap everything on at once? im thinking just put it all on one shot but was wondering if there were any benefits of the control arms by themselves ,
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Do it all at once.
No need unless you are trying to correct alignment issues from the lift.
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if you dont care about paying for an alignment more than once then go for it. but if you dont have a lift then there isnt a point putting the ucas on. the lr ucas just fix alignment issues when lifting.
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thanks guys .. wasn't sure i just know i'd need them for a 3in lift or more
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