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Unread 16th May 2013, 09:32 PM
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I've made jigs so can make these kits now if anyone's interested. Just gotta source a few components like the steering extension, a nice little piece of engineering.

The CV boot started leaking but its been taped up for a while now. Someday I'll replace it
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DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANNN NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT!!! !

Where can i get a complete kit? Or will you do these completely?

SOOOO interested
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Some more pics...

Trailing Arm/ Moustache Bar Blocks:

Fitted:


Front control arm blocks:

Fitted:


I've done it this way to stop metal fatigue in the chassis from the blocks rocking under severe loading. Several people have had cracks or even catastrophic failure without this! Its been a lot more work but totally worth it IMO

Moustache bar support:

Fitted:


Most kits either leave this out (can result in bent moustache bar bolts) or use a block under the stock support, which introduces a weakness, also makes them very vulnerable to rocks

Again, a lot of work but totally worth it

I can now sell these individually for those who want to retrofit their existing kit...PM me for details
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Great work mate. Really like the front control arm blocks. Would seriously think of buying some of those as an upgrade on what I have.
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Been a while since I've done anything on here. Been trying to iron out some probs, mainly the steering extension

2 sets of trailing arm blocks ready for cleaning up & painting:



I'd forgotten how much work is involved in doing these...very fiddly lol, but strong!
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They look the goods mate! Amazingly neat welds too. Whoever ends up with these on their car will be absolutly pumped
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They look the goods mate! Amazingly neat welds too. Whoever ends up with these on their car will be absolutly pumped
I did 2 sets, one is yours
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Plates ready for welding. At the top are the plates for the trailing arm spacers, underneath are the plates for the strut top spacers.



The TA spacers will be much easier to do this way so I won't have to bump up the price on them
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are you still making these complete kits?

or part of?

really keen on one
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