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Old 03-10-2012, 12:39 PM
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I've been looking at installing lowers just to help give my car some more "bite" in every day driving situations. Will these do the job or do I need more- relocation brackets, upper, or what?
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I've been looking at installing lowers just to help give my car some more "bite" in every day driving situations. Will these do the job or do I need more- relocation brackets, upper, or what?
Traction always comes from the tires. Unfortunately I'm on my phone and can't see signatures or profiles so I don't know what tires you are running, but I would start with tires first if you haven't already. Ditch all seasons and run summer tires and winter tires for the winter months if you get snow or some cheap all season for states that don't see snow but get too cold for summer tires. That will help plenty in the grip department.
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