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Here is a quick picture of our BMR adjustable lower control arms (TCA029). We just finished up some testing with these that we did on our 2010 Camaro at the Holley LS Fest race. There will be a few small revisions that we will make to the arms but they will look very similar to these. If anyone has any questions ask away.​
 

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What price range are we looking at here? How much more flexibility will these give as far as ride height (keeping proper allignment) compared to your non adjustable arms? I am getting ready to install coilovers and want to make the right choice...
 

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What price range are we looking at here? How much more flexibility will these give as far as ride height (keeping proper allignment) compared to your non adjustable arms? I am getting ready to install coilovers and want to make the right choice...
The adjustable arms have a considerable amount more range than our non adjustable lower control arms because the non adjustable arms can only use the bolt for adjustment and the adjustable arms can use the bolts and the adjuster on the arm. Our non-adjustable arms were designed to be used with cars that are lowered to help get the camber adjustment correct so they are actually a little shorter than the factory arm. The adjustable lower control arm can be used on a vehilce with any ride height whether it be stock or lowered a considerable amount. If you are stock ride height you can get away with using non-adjustable toe rods inconjunction with them but if you are lowered with either lower control arm you will need an adjustable toe rod to be able to get the alignment within spec.
 

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Bump...wondering price. Defently like the look of these for oem ride heigth, just hope the price is more reasonable than the "other" brands $500 rear lower controls.
 
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