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Nissan Whiteline Suspension Systems

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Whiteline Strut Tower Braces Reviews


highly recommend

Reviewed By Chad W (AUBURN HILLS, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Subaru Outback —5/31/2016 9:22 AM

Quality piece. Quality shipping material. Easy instructions. Fitment was a little tight. Plates went on easy, but the bar took about 20 min of adjusting and maneuvering to get it in place. I got it on, but it may be quicker with 2 people. Immediately noticeable difference in driving behavior. Front suspension feels mated together. Easiest to notice while entering/exiting a parking lot going up/downhill while turning, but is more composed over bumps at speed as well. Well worth it!

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Whiteline Sway Bar End Links Reviews


Great

Reviewed By Andrew G (Ramona, CA) Reviewed for a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer —5/18/2016 8:58 PM

Thicker than stock and adjustable. Perfect for an adjustable sway bar. Relieve a lot of jarring from the suspension with the better joints and girth. Only con is the connecting screws are much longer than necessary. I read somewhere that they are the same as stock at the joints but they just have the same dust cover as stock.

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Whiteline Control Arms Reviews


Whiteline Relocation Brackets

Reviewed By Shaun H (Terre Haute, IN) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Mustang —3/16/2016 6:07 AM

I purchased these whiteline relocation brackets to pair up with a my billet steeda LCA with delrin bearings. At first the bracket created a horrible creaking noise to it that I couldn't remedy. Turns out that I needed to torque the bearings to the specs from steeda. Couldn't be happier with the results that I have from these brackets. It has put my LCA at a downward angle, allowing the tire to grab better on launches. Highly recommended if you lowered your car and have an upward angle.

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