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PMDmustang13
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Originally Posted by UUUd444 View Post
should both upper and lower be replaced or will upper be enough?
If you lower the car you must have an upper adjustable UCA and should have relocation brackets.

If you have wheel hop then upper Adjustable UCA with Poly bushing or spherical bushings may solve the wheel hop.

My wheel hop before lowering was solved with relocation brackets and LCA's with poly bushings.

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