Re: [DML] Machined lower control arms and Eibach setup
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Re: [DML] Machined lower control arms and Eibach setup


that seems to be right. And I am not sure if the hole in the control
arms can be made larger. In the hole there is a bulge which is rubbing
the shocks. The bulge seems to be related to the hole through which
the stabilizer is mounted to the control arm.
So I will give the Eibach setup the preference and go back to control
arms that are known to work with Eibach springs.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Swingle" <swingle_dmc@...> wrote:
> One of the fun parts of modifying cars. This is an aftermarket shock 
> intended for use with OEM control arms, and an aftermarket control arm 
> intended for use with OEM shocks. Both aftermarket designers took 
> advantage of some design margin, based on the other component (the 
> shock is larger than stock and the hole in the control arm is smaller 
> than stock).
> When you add the two together, both designers used up the same real 
> estate. There probably are not 50 sets of those control arms in the 
> world. The shock designers may not have even known they existed since 
> they were all made and sold (other than the last few) close to 20 years 
> ago. 
> Dave S


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