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I'm ordering a rear end, do I need the control arm relocation brackets? What are they?

Rear lower control arm relocation brackets re-position your instant center by lowering your rear lower control arm angle for increased traction and anti-squat. These are a must for lowered vehicles to correct your suspension geometry. Lowering your vehicle alters the control arm angle putting the rear of the control arm higher than the front, this causes massive wheel hop and traction loss.

NON-LOWERED vehicles will also see a dramatic increase in traction by lowering the rearward angle of the control arm with relocation brackets. The lowered mounting holes are placed in the arc pattern of the OEM length control arm, this allows a non-lowered vehicle to drop the rear control arm angle and not require a longer than OEM (or adjustable) control arm as all geometry is correctly maintained. The anti-squat performance is providing most users with a full .10 or better 60' reduction!

When you select to install the relocation brackets on your new Moser rear end they will be built right on to the rear end. There will be no installation required on your part.



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16th of February, 2011

Vehicle Application
Other / Universal

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