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16 Before the new upper arms go on, a provided template temporarily bolts to the old mounting holes to allow marking for new lower mounting holes that will have to be drilled. This is, of course, what Shelby did on the '65 G.T. 350 to improve its front suspension geometry for better handling. Lowering the inner pivot point of the control arm provides both a better camber curve as the suspension compresses, as well as more positive caster for improved steering feel.