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PA lower A arms vs BMR lower A arms

Old 02-15-2004, 12:00 PM
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PA lower A arms vs BMR lower A arms

Any reason why I shouldn't go with PA lower A arms?

Would it be fine to use a BMR K member and PA lower A arms?
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Old 02-15-2004, 04:54 PM
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You should probably try the Auto-X section. Theres a lot of really knowledgable guys in there.
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theres an auto x section....now

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Old 02-15-2004, 11:24 PM
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No replies there and not many views. This isn't an autox car, though. I just wanted to do the A arms while I am doing the K member
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DUDE BMR is the $HIT... NUFF SAID!! What kinda kmember do you have? A BMR I hope, is so then go with the BMR ones.. If you have a PA kmember then get the PA ones...
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I would recommend doing everything BMR...IMO they make the best stuff for our cars hands down!!
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You may want to do a search. I have heard of many people having problems with alignment when going to Lower A-Arms.
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you can mix and match. i have a few friends that have done it and no problems at all. PA stuff works.
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Old 02-17-2004, 04:35 PM
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I can get a new set of PA lower A arms for 1/2 the price of a set of BMRs.

So should I go with those and the BMR k member? I am definately going with the BMR k member.
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Originally posted by IDOXLR8
You may want to do a search. I have heard of many people having problems with alignment when going to Lower A-Arms.
i would think thats because they dont get the rod ends extended to the right length
i just layed my BMR lowers over the stock lowers and made my adjustments that way also had the aid of a tape measure
if you use the same locations for each set of arms to take a measurement from you should be fine with an aligment afterwards, it is a lil tuffer to find a place to actually do the alignment
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