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King of battle

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Hello all,
I'm a 15 year Army Field Artillery Veteran. Been out since 2015.

I am a 100% newbie at all this and may have bigger ambitions than whats realistically possible but I'm going to do my best to create what I've invisioned in my head. I have a 72 Challenger that has been butchered by the previous owners. I'm wanting the slammed/lowered stance.
I've been looking at the RMS Alterktion system for the front and Street Lynx system for the rear. Will this set up get me that stance I mentioned?
Again, I'm a newbie so any and all advice, suggestions and most of all...Photos is much appreciated.

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Rapidfire

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Hello fro Nebraska! Welcome to FEBO! Nice project you have there. Should be a great build. Thanks the the pic and please keep us posted on your progress! :)
 

budascuda

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Welcome to our site,
lowered ebodies look great, the good folks here will give you all the "GRADs"
 

Chryco Psycho

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Welcome from Panama !
70s Mopars were far ahead of the competition in suspension for the year & handle very well using upgraded stock style parts & can be pushed well over 1 g with proper pieces , I suggest you look at Hotchkiss systems or Firm Feel first . A low arc composite leaf spring with a good adjustable shock will give crazy handling in the rear with an upgraded sway bar & you do not have to redesign everything .
I would skip on both , the AlterKtion is maybe the best rack & pinion front steer system out there but it is Pinto based & you lose turning radius , Make sure you drive one BEFORE you buy .
I have installed the Street linx system also , it has been disappointing as well
 

fasjac

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Welcome to the site from Arkansas! Sounds like a neat project. Look forward to seeing the progress. Glad you’re here.
 

moparlee

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Welcome to the site from Michigan!
Keep us posted and it looks like you already have some AMD sheet metal ready to go
Oh, and thanks to for your service:usflag:
 
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