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Thread: Adjustable B13 Rear LCAs, gauging interest.

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2011-06-16 00:16:05
#11
Im in. Only thing that separates good adj. links from bad is how durable the heim joints are. Metal is metal, its how the joints are engineered is where the product is GREAT or JUNK. By looking the pics, these look pretty decent.

Keep us posted on availability and price PLEASE.

Thanks, Billy.
2011-06-16 00:44:32
#12
I will get all the pricing along with the load ratings/material specs for the rod ends by the end of the week. One more thing that separates these from the rest is that we check all the threads prior to assembly and chase them if need be. We also use a high quality anti-seize compound on the threads ensuring easy adjustability. Thread engagement is super smooth...last time I adjusted mine, I didn't even need a wrench (except for the locknuts) to rotate the radius rods.
2011-06-16 04:45:52
#13
Yep, mine aren't that nice looking, but they'll work for me

2011-06-16 05:51:28
#14
When they are ready I will buy a set. Will they come with the dust boots? I only want your high end version if you offer choices. $$ set aside. Since we are not stepping on Viperoni I'm good. I don't give a ^$%$%^$%^& how noisey they are. I already have the overkill from tubular a-arms so this will be the final upgrade to my suspension.
Last edited by mevans on 2011-06-16 at 06-03-26.
2011-06-16 23:09:37
#15
Originally Posted by Vector
Yep, mine aren't that nice looking, but they'll work for me



How many miles/events do you have on yours? How are they holding up? If you could change anything about the design, what would it be? I'm all ears

Originally Posted by mevans
When they are ready I will buy a set. Will they come with the dust boots? I only want your high end version if you offer choices. $$ set aside. Since we are not stepping on Viperoni I'm good. I don't give a ^$%$%^$%^& how noisey they are. I already have the overkill from tubular a-arms so this will be the final upgrade to my suspension.


Gotcha. Dust boots are an option, I have a source for those too. I spoke with a few vendors today and should be placing the parts/material order tomorrow and will have the preliminary pricing complete. Most likely these will be TIG welded chromoly parts. What would you guys prefer, a raw finish or powdercoated finish?
2011-06-16 23:24:29
#16
Finish doesn't really matter to me. Raw is fine, or whatever.
2011-06-17 00:12:36
#17
raw for me.. ill get them powdercoated on my own
2011-06-17 04:36:24
#18
Originally Posted by javierb14
How many miles/events do you have on yours? How are they holding up? If you could change anything about the design, what would it be? I'm all ears



Gotcha. Dust boots are an option, I have a source for those too. I spoke with a few vendors today and should be placing the parts/material order tomorrow and will have the preliminary pricing complete. Most likely these will be TIG welded chromoly parts. What would you guys prefer, a raw finish or powdercoated finish?


Raw.
2011-06-17 12:37:24
#19
If you can look at a P10 also to see if they are similar in dimension that would be much appreciated. I'd love to know if I can use these on my car also. I know the suspension design LOOKS the same, but appearances can be deceiving.
2011-06-18 04:02:21
#20
Originally Posted by BenFenner
Finish doesn't really matter to me. Raw is fine, or whatever.


Originally Posted by kaotekxe
raw for me.. ill get them powdercoated on my own


Originally Posted by mevans
Raw.


The raws have it!

Originally Posted by blairellis
If you can look at a P10 also to see if they are similar in dimension that would be much appreciated. I'd love to know if I can use these on my car also. I know the suspension design LOOKS the same, but appearances can be deceiving.


I'm actually looking at picking up a P10 for sale right now. If that falls through, I can always try and have a local owner to stop on by or check out a car in the parts yard.
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