Installation Time: Afternoon
January 24, 2014
Replaced my non-adjustable LCA's and fixed my pinion angle problem.
I had non-adjustable LCA's on my car with a non-adjustable UCA with lowering springs and an aluminum driveshaft so needless to say, my pinion angle was off and I was getting a vibration at higher speeds.
The only way to change it was to buy adjustable suspension components so that I could re-set the pinion angle. I bought an adjustable UCA to fix the pinion first, which it did, but when I took my car to the shop (a well known suspension shop) they noticed that my rear wheels were the tiniest bit off because the rear wasn't 100% perpendicular with the driveshaft. They recommended getting some adjustable LCA's and after a bunch of research I landed on the Whiteline LCA's because you can adjust them while they are on the car and they have bushings on both ends instead of heim joints which tend to be noisy. I probably could have saved myself some money/time by buying the LCA's to begin with but I decided to make everything adjustable.
It's not a bad install at all, specially after I had just done the non-adjustable LCA's. It helps to have a friend with you to move the rear while you line up the LCA's but you could always do it yourself by adjusting the LCA's to meet up with your rear and adjust them once they're bolted in.
They don't make any noise at all. No more wheel hop. The car feels well planted during a launch and they're... Adjustable! You bought a Mustang because it's a performance oriented car. Save yourself the time/headaches and get adjustable LCA's over the non-adjustable LCA's even if you don't need them now because you may regret it later on down the road.
As always, American Muscle kills it with customer service and fast shipping!