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Old 04-16-2013, 03:58 PM   #1
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what all do i need ?

hey everyone, i have a 3 inch toytec suspension lift with the spacers in the front. and a 3 inch body lift. i would like to get away from the spacers and go with an adjustable coil over and new upper control arms to get a correct front alignment. so, what would be my best bet on the coil overs? an extended or not? and a ball joint or uniball uca? do i need anything other special parts to install and for them to work correctly if i purchase these two items? thanks !!
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thanks man! is it possible to run an aftermarket uca with my stock shocks n springs with the spacers till i get standard coil overs? or do i need to change them both out ? thanks !!
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Old 04-17-2013, 01:13 PM   #3
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thanks man! is it possible to run an aftermarket uca with my stock shocks n springs with the spacers till i get standard coil overs? or do i need to change them both out ? thanks !!
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Make sure you get a stainless uniball UCA. It is an option on Total Chaos.
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thanks man! is it possible to run an aftermarket uca with my stock shocks n springs with the spacers till i get standard coil overs? or do i need to change them both out ? thanks !!

You can run them that way until you get your new coilovers. You'll just need to get it aligned twice that way.
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