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Front Bump Steer Adjustable Tie Rod Ends Toyota Supra A90 A91
Front Bump Steer Adjustable Tie Rod Ends Toyota Supra A90 A91
Front Bump Steer Adjustable Tie Rod Ends Toyota Supra A90 A91

Front Bump Steer Adjustable Tie Rod Ends Toyota Supra A90 A91

was-412
Regular price $405.00
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After an extensive development and testing program, we made this front bump steer adjustable tie rod ends to everyone. The car was 3D laser scanned, the wishbone was CAD developed, we have tested the CAD model with FEA (Finite element method) and performed road-going tests so you can now buy our adjustable tie rod ends. Benefits:
  • User-friendly length adjustability to provide good corner weights without preload on sway bar with even suspension heights
  • Increased strength and rigidity for improved handling performance
  • You do not need to change the whole link in case of wear of the ball joints. We use easily available replaceable high-quality uniballs
Features:
  • This is a bolt-in kit, no modifications necessary to the car
  • Links come pre-assembled
  • Robust full-length pins machined out of high strength steel
  • CNC machined turnbuckles out of 6082 t6 aluminum
  • High-quality spherical bearings and uniballs with highly increased articulation capability to prevent bending in every suspension setup
  • Delivered with uniballs rubber boots for dust and water protection, which provides even better longevity
  • Includes all necessary parts to mount on the car
  • Can be used with OEM sway bar and coil-over
What's included:
  • Two (pair) CNC billet 6082 aluminum front tie rod ends
  • Two (pair) CNC machined Cr-Mo upright pins
  • Thin locking nuts
  • High-quality motorsport spherical bearings
  • Set of pin spacers for bump steer adjustment
  • Printed install instructions
Used in: - Toyota Supra A90 - Toyota Supra A91 - BMW Z4 G29 Notice: Sold for off-road, track and racing applications only. Mounting the rod end may increase some noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) in the car. We strongly advise mounting the subframe in a qualified and experienced workshop.