I came across these on the interwebs https://www.gktech-u...p-knuckles.html and I if you look at their image of the steering arm placement, it looks to be pretty much in line with the balljoint. Making me think they can be swapped sides and be able to run with the front steer of an S30, versus the 240SX's rear steer. Maybe move the rack forward to add a little more ackerman. Control is nothing, just build one with a 240SX balljoint on one end and a heim on the other.
I'm thinking the main advantage would be serviceability. Now more having to remove the wheel bearing to change out rotors, be able to adjust the bottom knob on those fancy coil-overs without disassembling anything, and I personally like replacing sealed bearings more than having to repack individual pieces with grease. Plus, looks how strong the aftermarket is for 240SX, and I'm sure it will only get stronger so you don't have to worry as much about certain things becoming obsolete in the future.
Speaking of the future, I'm hoping to be working on finally getting my car to be able to sit on it's own wheels one day in the near future so I've been exploring my options. I don't want to re-design for double A-arms since I already tied in my strut towers to the cowl and I feel that would be a waste of time if I don't retain the strut design. Tell me what you think.
Edited by Grim, 15 May 2017 - 04:25 PM.