Hell yeah. Looks like exactly what I need. Thanks a ton.
No modifications needed to the top mount whatsoever, the threaded lamp tubing is the perfect diameter for the top mount and securing the pilot bit.
The plan for me is to use the hole saw to increase the ability to adjust camber using Pedders camber plates which require a larger opening to adjust camber on the car or dropping the strut to adjust camber.
Yes someone on the fb page did it that way.Wondering if you can have the same effect by using a piece of flat stock cut to the size of the tower then drilling holes for the bolts? You may need to ensure the mandrel is long enough to support the saw.
It's a concern. Not a big one IMO in the two pics above.Curious if any of the “Engineer Types” (Grant) can chime in on strength concerns.
Does cutting the larger hole weaken the structure of the tower more so than the elongation process?
I dunno what you mean.Try to keep the answer under 2500 words and use small works for us knuckle draggers, please.