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i am about to purchase a set of lower control arms and uppers that are adjustable, putting them on a street car. is this a bad idea? if sow why?

here are the descriptions of the two;

lowers:
Unique weight jacker arms offer built-in adjustable spring cups. This allows the driver to lower the rear end of the car by a full 1-inch and still, use stock springs, or, raise the back of car by, as much as, 2 inches from, stock ride height. This is an excellent feature for lowered cars, that, need to be raised for tire clearance, like slicks. Also, great for road race cars requiring, adjustability at each corner of the vehicle. They also feature, tie rod front bearings, so, you can adjust (fine tune) the rear location. The other end has fluted, polyurethane bushings with, grease fittings. Each system includes, premium hardware and detailed installation instructions.

uppers:For all 1979-‘03 Mustang, except independent rear suspension 1999-03 Cobras. Double adjustable, upper control arms offer all of the same features as the fixed arms with, the added benefit of allowing you to set driveshaft pinion angle without, removing a single bolt. Each system includes, premium hardware and detailed installation instructions. Dealer inquiries welcome.
 

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can someone lend some insight

i already ordered these but not too late to cancel, will the car ride decently on the street or is this a big mistake?
 
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