In the process of putting them on my car this weekend. Depends on what you want to do with the car. Any suspension mods for the straight line will help. *lift bars
I can tell you if the axle is out of the car, it's 100x easier. I put in the Lakewood boxed uppers.They work well but you should also replace your uppers when you do it . I think they suggest stock style for a street car . I suggest you replace the axle side bushing with a poly one also . They are easy , just ask stock85 .
They promote body seperation (from the tire) and it makes the car leave all jacked off. (much like a southside "lift" bar)Please explain.........
I've always been happy when leaving this way?!?!leave all jacked off
it's a VERY old train of thought and doesn't work very well I might add. The idea is to get the weight back on the tires, not lift the weight off of the tires.thats the point is for em to force the axle into the ground though isnt it