Originally Posted by DavidNERODease
All the greys are just spares - you don't need any of them for the build. As you now know the "S" cups are the low profile versions which are used only for the outboard camber links to provide rim clearance. I did use one low profile grey cup on the inboard right steering tie-rod for belt clearance when mounting the steering tie-rods under the steering rack instead of on top and using two 2mm plastic spacers on the outboard end under the steering blocks to eliminate bump steer - whew.
I used both the grey and white in my build. Used the grey on the fixed areas lie the arms and the white on the moving peices. Just to be different and give some contrast.
I different from your build; left my steering as to the build sheet. I thought the steering arms were not to bad. The angle of the arms to me is relative to the axle and when set at ride height and under load when drive should be ok. I'll find out on sunday if that holds true.
I did use on the front hubs the 6.5mm hub and an extra .5mm shim between the hub and the pin to get wheel/tire clearanc of the ball cup. Even with the Scup their was slight rubbing.
I would like to start seeing some setups of other too. Just curious how others are running. I have found nothing on setup sheets anywhere.