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Old 09-02-2008, 01:56 PM   #1
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Question CA Brackets

I need to replace my lower CA brackets. I was looking at the BTF units, but does anyone else make these?

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Old 09-02-2008, 02:07 PM   #2
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Old 09-02-2008, 02:33 PM   #3
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Thanks Jerry, there not much difference in price. The RE brackets only being a couple of dollars more.


BTF $79.00 per pair
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Both are quality products, the BTF offer camber adjustment which IMO is worth the extra few $$
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My is an 02 model and Camber adjustment was not available. I have JJ's on the CA's and can do camber adjustment there. But I agree that the BTF are beefier as they seem to be gusseted better.
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My is an 02 model and Camber adjustment was not available. I have JJ's on the CA's and can do camber adjustment there. But I agree that the BTF are beefier as they seem to be gusseted better.
I think you mean caster and not camber, since it is the caster angle that can be adjusted if you have adjustable length arms.
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I think you mean caster and not camber, since it is the caster angle that can be adjusted if you have adjustable length arms.
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Currie makes a set exactly like the RE units, $40.00 a set. They'll be here in the morning.
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Darn I'm too late. I was going to say Currie.
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I think you mean caster and not camber, since it is the caster angle that can be adjusted if you have adjustable length arms.
Yep, I ment caster adjustment, but couldn't find the edit button after I read my post.

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