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QA1 K member + DnD motorsports A arms = Good???

Old 05-27-2006, 01:34 AM
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Default QA1 K member + DnD motorsports A arms = Good???

So I currently have a QA1 K member sitting on stock A arms and Ford "C" springs. It sits way to low in the front and I have picked up a DND motor sports Coil over kit to raise up the front end a little. While I'm there I figured I'd pick up a set of DnD motorsports A arms, my roommate has them on his GT and they appear to be some quality pieces.

My questions is, will they fit correctly on the QA1 K member? I know that I need to use shims to make the stock A arms work, since apparently the QA1 A arms bushing ends are slightly wider than stock, and I was hoping i wouldn't have to do that with a tubular set. I found a pretty good deal on the DnD Arms, but should I match manufactures with my K member and A arm setup, or would the DnD A arms work???
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