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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-14-2006, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Question Upper and lower control arms?

Just wanted opinions on which upper and lower arms might be better: TRW or Moog?

The time has come to change ball joints on my '96 so I figured while I had the car on the lift I'd go ahead and rework the suspension all around before I decide whether or not to lower the car.

I noticed that vogtland springs are a bit cheaper but are not the compound rate like the Eibachs. A bit of insight here would be appreciated from owners of either set as to the pros and cons of either.

Also, will it matter much if I drop the car before or after the planned engine swap? Will the difference in engine mass play MAJOR factors with ride height in the car setup? I know there would be some, but exactly how much (estimated) could be expected?

*edit I just realized that I meant to post this in the general tech forum...sorry guys...

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Either TRW or Moog will be fine.

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