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Drilling a set of new holes in the shock tower used to be required for installing new arms that have the correct suspension geometry built in. However that's no longer necessary as TCP offers a dropped pivot shaft that relocates the arms one-inch lower than the stock location. Our car already had the one-inch-lower holes so we went with standard TCP pivot shafts in the new arms. Once installed, the hardware is torqued to 95 ft. lbs.