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Opinions on rear camber arms

Hey guys,

I am looking to get rear camber arms as I am rubbing a bit in the back. I am thinking about either JBR, SPC, or Eibach. Anyone have any experience with either of these? I am leaning more towards JBR since they are pretty reliable and cost wise it is in the middle of the other two.

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Eibach's are rebranded SPCs. The same control arms are sold under many different brands and are by far the most populat options. The least expensive ones I know of are sold under the Mevotech brand on Rockauto.com which is what I have on my car. I don't know about the JBRs.
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