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i was looking on TeamZmotorsports website and you can get standard, 1" shorter, and adjustable. standard would be the same as stock, but what are the andvantages to a 1"shorter or adjustable A arm?
 

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To bring the tires up under the fenders. Narrows the track width and corrects the geometry when highly lowered. I'll add a pic here shortly.



 

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so the 1" shorter are mostly for a track car?
 

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More or less. I can't see any other reason anyone would want to do it for a DD.
 

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what about the adjustable ones?
 

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What about them?
 

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What about them?
what are the advantages/disadvantages and what kind of driving are they designed for? street, strip, auto x?
 

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As they're spherical bearings I would classify them for anything other than DD use. Adavantages are that you can pull the tire up under the fender some, push it out a tad.... or slightly alter wheelbase by lengthening one end and shortening the other. Not for DD.
 
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ah i see, thanks for the info. considering my car is more or less a street car with an occasional trip to the track ill just stick with the standard A arms. thanks and reps!
 
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