D1t Posted April 28, 2021 Share Posted April 28, 2021 Quote And ideally use a toe-link rear arm design. Just a thought. The forward rod end on that arm uses a concentric double adjuster (RH male thread on outside, LH female thread on outside) so I can avoid using a separate toe link while still being able to adjust the toe on the car. This avoids creating a buckling load in a toe link and allows the lower control arm to react some of the torque of the engine/brakes instead of passing all that load up to the strut mount and putting additional bending load into the strut. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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