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Don't be shy now.

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MM? As in ModdedMustangs?
 

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O ok i thought you were being a dick. Meh they only have LCA's...are they actually and better?

And, will the CA's for the 05-09's work for both GT's and V6's?
 

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well i have heard great things about MM's XD lca's so i plan on picking them up.. and the gt's and v6 should be the same..

btw just cause i have a v8 doesnt make me a dick :tomato :D :)
 

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well i have heard great things about MM's XD lca's so i plan on picking them up.. and the gt's and v6 should be the same..

btw just cause i have a v8 doesnt make me a dick :tomato :D :)
:( They are more expensive though.... have you heard anything bad about j&m?


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of the three you posted I'd do steeda. I have many of their suspension pieces and have been impressed by all of them. As far as chromoly vs. billet, it's just a matter of looks really
 

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BMR. $139. Boxed is better then tubular.
Really? Aren't the stock ones rectangular? On the descriptions for the tubular ones, it says they are stronger than boxed.
 

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Really? Aren't the stock ones rectangular? On the descriptions for the tubular ones, it says they are stronger than boxed.
The stock ones are stamped so they tend to flex a lot. I don't know which is stronger round or square tubing. I have heard different arguments from both sides.:eek:
 

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Really? Aren't the stock ones rectangular? On the descriptions for the tubular ones, it says they are stronger than boxed.


Stronger is a subjective term. Stronger measured in what way, front to back ect.

How about torsional twist.

But either way at average power levels and normal use they are both stronger then you need them to be.
 

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Stronger is a subjective term. Stronger measured in what way, front to back ect.

How about torsional twist.

But either way at average power levels and normal use they are both stronger then you need them to be.
Ya I imagine any of the aftermakets CA's will be stronger than stock, and I'm not putting gobs of power down anyways.

I just want them to last and be durable, and I really want to stop the wheel hop I've developed after getting gears. And not to cost me an arm and a leg.
 

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I bought BMR's from Rich a year ago and have had no trouble whatsoever, i.e. noise, etc. Been to the track many times and they do what they're supposed to do. The price makes 'em even better.
 
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