I picked up the Tuning Haus Aluminum C-Hubs and Rear carriers for the 6.2. Let me start by saying I'm disappointed in these
I was looking to tighten up the front end a bit using these, but was more just looking to upgrade something...
I tried to install the right side first and after a few test fits decided to abandon them for the time being. They will need some work to make them work properly. That's not performance.
The first problem is the lower screw that holds the steering block into the C-Hub binds when tightened up. You have to loosen it a few turns before it frees up the block, but then the screw is too loose. I need to look at this closer to understand why it's binding, however I assume I may need a washer under the screw, or remove material from the shoulder of the C-Hub. The top ball stud threads in and does not bind the steering block when tightened.
Next the hinge pin would not slide into the C-Hub with out tapping it in with a hammer. This removed some aluminum and anodizing from the hole, but it was still a tight fit. There is no way this is coming out easily if pressed through the A-Arm, through the C-Hub and in place. It will require reaming out to larger than 2.54mm (Hinge pin). I have ordered a reamer just because.
I did not check the rear carriers, however I suspect they hinge pin holes will be similar in under sizing and will require reaming as well. At this point I just said screw it and threw back on the OEM plastic C-Hub.
The pieces themselves look nicely machined in general, however the fit is unacceptable. I would not recommend them unless you want to fiddle about to make them fit, like I will have to do. And could they not have anodized them in blue?
That was nearly a non sale point for me, and I wished I would not have caved.... Oh well, add it to my pile of life lessons.