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Unread 07-30-2010, 07:30 AM   #1
Lemmiwinks
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Adjustable control arm length

I am hoping that someone can chime in providing input regarding moving the front axle forward ~1".

What are the pros/cons of pushing your front axle forward 1"? Would I completely be screwing up my alignment, track bar location?

At the moment I have adjustable control arms for the bottom (front) and stock CA's for the uppers. I am replacing the stock uppers with adjustable control arms and was wondering if I should be pushing the front axle forward so that I can keep my pinion angle the same as it is now.

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