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02-15-2012 01:42 AM
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About to buy control arms.

So I'm in the middle of gathering parts for an SYE upgrade. I got some adjustable rear uppers and am looking into buying some used rear lowers tomorrow, but I'm wondering what's better for a lower CA, bent or straight? I've seen both styles offered and am confused as to what the advantage/disadvantage to either is, if any.

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