ETS Drift Ute – Chromo LCA

So I have been thinking of making these for a while but have just never got around to it, I just have to TIG on a tab to locate the second hole for the caster arm but im really happy how they turned out.

I will be making some for my 180SX in the future aswell.

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  1. Nice! What Tie Rod Ends are those?

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  2. Nice work.
    They are very similar to the cusco ones made for ae86 and they only use one bolt for the castor.
    Food for thought!

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  3. I see were the LCA mounts to the chassis that you made 3 different mounting heights. What are the benifogs of that?

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  4. Is there a ring for the balljoint to clip into? Is it a stock on?

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  5. Would definitely buy those control arms if you made them for standard tension rods. Amazing work as always.

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  6. Liking awesome Nigel!
    Surely the 3 different holes are for adjusting the angle of the LCA to dial out bumpsteer??

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    • Beto, your answer is here. 🙂

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  7. wouldnt the bumpsteer because by the angle of the tie rod not the lower control arm i then the control arm would be roll center adjustment

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  8. When it comes time to do a bit of suspension geometry fiddling, I think I’m going to have to give you a call.

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  9. Having the castor rod join to the top of the LCA like that is destined for trouble. Should be mounted in front of the LCA and also in double shear.

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