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If you retain your car's stock upper control arms, they can be relocated. You'll need to install a negative-wedge kit, as shown here. This setup includes new ball joints and hardware, templates to properly locate the holes, and the wedge spacers themselves (center, near top). The spacers install between the ball joints and the arm to keep the ball joint from binding and possibly breaking once the arm is lowered in the shock tower. It also optimizes the camber curve. This kit is made by Pro Motorsports Engineering and is available at Marlo's Frame.