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Old 03-15-2017, 07:04 PM   #1
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I have an '01 Formula with most of the suspension parts that BMR sells. Adj LCA's and panhard bar. Lower springs and Bilsten shocks. Also a strut tower brace. I have been very happy with how tight the car is with no squeaks or rattles after approx 68k miles. Time to replace the torque arm. Does anyone have an opinion on the BMR torque arm?
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I have an '01 Formula with most of the suspension parts that BMR sells. Adj LCA's and panhard bar. Lower springs and Bilsten shocks. Also a strut tower brace. I have been very happy with how tight the car is with no squeaks or rattles after approx 68k miles. Time to replace the torque arm. Does anyone have an opinion on the BMR torque arm?
They are top notch.

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I ran one for years without issue
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I have the BMR adjustable...it seems to work well. Takes some time getting pinion angle and instant center properly adjusted or you can have a good alignment shop do it.
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We've been making them for a just a little bit now (about 12 years) and have many customers very satisfied with the performance and fitment of their arms. We have several options to choose from now to suit your needs. Give me a call and I can discuss your application and help you decide which option is right for you
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I have an '01 Formula with most of the suspension parts that BMR sells. Adj LCA's and panhard bar. Lower springs and Bilsten shocks. Also a strut tower brace. I have been very happy with how tight the car is with no squeaks or rattles after approx 68k miles. Time to replace the torque arm. Does anyone have an opinion on the BMR torque arm?
BMR makes a great product and their customer support is top notch. If you dont have any squeaks or rattles as of yet, keep it that way and go with the adjustable full length/trans mounted torque arm.
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Thanks everyone. I placed my order today.
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