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Old 03-10-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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UCA make diff or not ? Or worth $

I just got 6" fabtech stage 1 kit put on my 2012 tacoma 4 door with fox shocks.. I was wondering will upper control arms help with toe lineament .. I don't offload hard at all . lots back road driving on shitty roads .. Any ways are they worth the money are they big improvement ? Thanks
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They're used mostly to gain caster back which is reduced from lifting. Most shops that install lifts like yours do what I call "toe and go" (they align toe and that's it) and call it good!
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They're used mostly to gain caster back which is reduced from lifting. Most shops that install lifts like yours do what I call "toe and go" (they align toe and that's it) and call it good!
So ur basically saying they half ass it ? ... I guess I'm looking down road if I should invest in getting set to help with lineament down road or not
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if you can get your alignment into spec, i wouldnt worry about it. if you decide to lift more than the 6" or start offroading, then yes.
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if you can get your alignment into spec, i wouldnt worry about it. if you decide to lift more than the 6" or start offroading, then yes.
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