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Old 08-13-2012, 10:09 PM   #1
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Question Lower Shock Relocation Brackets

I have qa1 single adjustables on my 95' Trans Am, and they sit on a angle. They are bolted in factory locations. Would the brackets that relocate the shock bottoms to line the shock up even benefit me? I mean it makes sense the shock is in a bind now, so they would help. Just wanna make sure before I weld a set in. I dont care about the **** placement, its a matter or does it help the suspension work better?
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the intention of those brackets is to prevent bind and I would say that it will only help.
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We made a set for my shocks...really easy. I'll post pixs later
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Definitely worth adding them. You can pull them from mustangs at a junk yard for a few bucks. Need to redrill the holes on the rear end to the appropriate size and a minimal amount of hand filing to the shock. Work great for dirt cheap and you don't have to weld them if you don't want to.
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