Originally Posted by Oleg Babich
My current point of view: we should keep the inner lower balls of A700 suspension as low as possible as we can easy transform it either to very low roll center or to the additional camber gain.
And just so everyone is clear -- this requires the "hand making" of the at21s by grinding 0.5mm off the bottom of the at21 balls.
Dawson shared with me his method --
1. Using a long screw, drive the screw through the top of the ball
2. Using a dremel with sanding disk trim the excess metal off the top of the ball from step 1 until appears smooth
3. Measure that balls height using a caliper.
4. With the screw inserted through the new hole at the top of the ball, start grinding the hex bottom of the at21. Continue to measure the ball height to only remove 0.5mm.
5. Always repeat the measurements of step 3 for each ball as their overall heights will be slightly different after breaking through the ball top.
Does anyone have a better method to make a at21s??