Originally Posted by gguertin145
Thanks for the pics!
Do you know how many spacers you used at the top of your kingpins?
What was the benefits you noticed switching up your front end like this? Were are you seeing the improvements?
I think there are 6 of the gold spacers on top of each king pin. They are the long 1/10 kingpins so you need quite a few. As far as improvements, the long kingpins just help to get the preload right with the BMI linear springs since they are longer than the associated ones, they also give you more roll center adjustment. And the long arms calm the car down at the apex of the corner keeping the car from digging and scrubbing speed.
Originally Posted by InspGadgt
Which rod ends did you use for the center brace and what size turn buckle did you use for the upper arm?
Those were some old Du-Bro ends I had laying around they just happened to work.
I had a machinist buddy of mine make those turnbuckles for me, the stock one will work but is a little short and not as stout as I liked it. You might be able to find one that will work online somewhere or maybe Jason could make them if enuff people want them. The specs are 6-40 thread x .875" overall length and are just made from aluminum.