Yes I would love to know how the install went and how much these would run. I have to replace a CV axle here and if I am there I might as well get it done.So how did the install go?
I didn't see that one...sorry. I assumed he wanted it under wraps, and yes they look very well made. I wonder how they tested and what the cost will be?Unless you have some serious know how, or you are a very good machinist i don't think that you are going to be able to duplicate his design.
What makes them superior to the CPP arms which allow camber AND caster adjustments.
achtung has them and no CPP is not out of businessI think he means K-macs and the CPP aren't for sale anywhere:nervous:
Being as there are 2 arms per side,all kits must be caster adjustable.It just seemed too obvious to mention. I actually had a set of CPPs and that is one of the reason for developing these kits. This is a seriously nice product!