Originally Posted by stokka
Anyone who can explain what's the advantage with the blocks Larry produces for McGoo?
if you're talking castor blocks, the advantage is durability and the opportunity to get some angles that aren't offered by the factory.
if you're referring to the suspension upgrade, it is mainly intended to provide durability. the upper camber link mounts won't bend, and the whole system provides you with female threaded pivot balls, which makes shimming the camber gain a bit easier since you don't have to take the mounts off the bulkheads. the lower end of things offers tool steel hingepins, which are polished a bit better, and should never bend.
if you haven't had any issues thus far, it's probably not a worthwhile investment. if you have, it will pay for itself in a few months. not to mention the idea that you won't have to keep checking to see if the car is bent up.
i think it's a must have for carpet guys. i've seen too many bent pieces this past year to think otherwise.