thebull said:Did you see the pic on the last page.....They say it's Chromoly and TIG welded...I'm no expert but...This sh-t won't be on my car ever.
I have a steeda adjustable UCA and bracket and I only noticed a slight increase hard to hear unless you have the windows up and radio down.jneary said:So, I added delrin bushing'd upper control arms to my 1995 GT and is made things way more solid but did add a lot of noise to the rear end. I imagine that these do also. Who has made this change and how much additional noise is there? After seeing that video, I am thinking about this now too.... Um, WOW!
Nice video, whoever did this, they did a fantastic job. Makes me want to go out and buy my own Go Pro!!!
makes me glad mine looks like thisNFSBOSS said:Yikes. Look at the Kenny Brown UCA. I doubt that beefy sucker would ever break like the Whiteline.
06mach1 said:I have no real opinion on the quality of the arm but what I do see is that it looks like the arm was installed improperly. I am not sure if I can word this correctly, but here you go. The bolt on the axle housing side looks like it was tightened with the axle housing hanging down, such as the position the axle would be with the car on a lift. That bolt should be tightened down with the axle housing at normal ride height. If tightened down with the axle extended down, the UCA gets clamp to the axle bushing in the extended position. Once the axle collapses to proper ride height, it will try and twist the UCA downward, putting a load on the axle end.