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Icon5 UCA question??

if i put 2.5 lift coils on a 03 xlt do i need the unibal UCA?? or will my stock UCA be fine with the stock spindle....
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I would recommend getting the UCA's. If you don't you will be replacing ball joints like crazy and you will have no down travel. But you could run them without the UCA's.
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i just replaced my UCAs/balljoints about a couple months ago from auto zone, will i have to replace them again if i put on these lift coils?
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As I said before, you don't have to but it is recommended. Looks for fabtech UCA's.
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