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If anyone interest in BMR Suspension rear upper and lower control arms, let me know. Note, if you lower your challenger, these control arms will not work. You will need to order the on car adjustment ones for alignment purposes. I know this from experience.
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If anyone interest in BMR Suspension rear upper and lower control arms, let me know. Note, if you lower your challenger, these control arms will not work. You will need to order the on car adjustment ones for alignment purposes. I know this from experience. View attachment 980993 View attachment 980994
what’s the issue with lowering and these? Not able to get back in spec? Are they not the same length as stock?
 

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These are stronger, prettier versions of the stock pieces (plus poly bushings) and lack the camber adjustability that a lowered Challenger needs. Lowering throws the camber off.
 

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No the stocks are not adjustable. I still experience so camber issue with the stocks. I 90% upgraded my rear suspension with BMR. I did it myself.
 

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BMR is right around the corner from me. I just lowered my car and will be buying the adjustable ones also. Otherwise I'd be interested in them.
 

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I installed on car adjustable rear upper and lower control arms, toe rod on car adjustable, lower trailer arms non adjustable, swap bar end links set, rear strut bar, rear cradle lock out kit, rear sway bar, motor mount and driveshaft loop
 

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Thats almost same thing ive got planned. Im going to run the solid cradle bushings. Have you seen any improvement on the track? 60 foot times change?
 

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I haven't been to rack yet. There was/are improvement in the rear suspension. If you have some mechanics knowledge, you do the job yourself. You need a realignment. I did my installation in phrases but I purchase the 2 year alignment warrant.
 

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Ya ive got the knowledge and tools to do the job. Ive had the rear carriage out once. Not hard. Planned on doing it again to pull the rubber bushings out and install the solid ones. I dont understand why dodge put the bolts in the wrong way for the forward control arms(straight ones). I usually cut the bolt and replace in the other direction to be able to change them.
 
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