Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Northern Harford County Maryland
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The lower relocation brackets need to be properly aligned before any welding begins. You can very easily weld them in wrong and everything bolt right up, but have the rear out of proper alignment with the front axle. This write up really should stress that. Relocation brackets must be welded in using serious attention to detail using an alignment rack or have very close measurements of front/rear axle distances on the fucking money on both sides of the car before the welds are done. Bottom line...both front and rear wheel centers need to measure out exactly the same on both sides and it's super easy to fuck that up.
Sorry to jump in here and say this, but it has to be said. Do not do what this write up describes without properly setting front/rear axle distances...meaning ...you don't want your front rear axles to be out of line...like right side an inch or so more wheelbase than the left side. Very easy to screw up without an alignment rack or super close attention to detail with wheelbase measurements on both sides of the car.
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