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    Exclamation Show off my Re-designed Custom TC rods!



    This is to keep you guy's up to date with my Custom Suspension Re-designs:

    I went back to the drawing board to re-disgned my Custom TC rods to be even better than before!! I'm excited to show them to you guy's

    These are now without a doubt the roughest, toughest, set of Race oriented TC rods available for the 510 and Z car.

    The Changes include a solid non-bushing mount, That eliminates all play under hard turning and braking. It still gives you a full range of movement and adjustments of Caster, and will bolt up directly to your stock LCA. The new end keeps the geometry between the LCA and TC pivots closer than any other heim end style mount offered!!

    I've also changed the tube body... Its a custom threaded Round DOM to accept each end!

    To install: They require nothing more than drilling a slightly bigger hole in your TC Mount plate to install, Otherwise its pretty straight forward.......... It turned out sweet.

    I'm currently testing a set, and expect nothing less than great performance. As soon as I get it fully tested, You will see them added to my custom parts page.

    Next under re-design is my LCA's. They will incorporate a solid TC to LCA Mount, eliminating the Dogleg. It should be done by this week!! I'll post pictures a I get it finished.

    Love to hear what you think about em!!

    Brian
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    http://www.hammondsplains.com/z/zwor...asts/index.htm
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    What a great idea, Brian, using an inner socket for the pivot! That should work slick for track use.
    Arne - Former owner, HLS30-37705, 7/71, 905 Red
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    Thanks A,

    The part was given to me by Ron T.

    I just did all the dirty work to make it happen.. He gets to test the first set, and he's excited.

    They should be super tough, and super user freindly!!
    Z Car Custom's -JDM
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    P.O. Box #213
    Terrabonne, Or. 97760
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