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Just noticed this thread.
You can get significant adjustment because the angle of the heim compliments the arch the spindle travels on when adjusting camber. Also the tolerances in the threads of the heims, spacers, etc allow for plenty of adjustment. Now the amount of adjustment for camber needed is only a few turns of the heim not a few inches.
As for the price of the kit. $12,000
Transmission mount x-member
Swing set steering with delrin bushings
1.250" x .350 wall steering rods
All 7/8" FK heat treated heims
Heat treated stainless spacers
Race spindles with heat treated snouts
Billet race hubs
Wilwood brakes - rotors, calipers, pads
All hardware, heat treated spacers, and tech help for setup.
When you add up all of what is included you are getting a very well thought out system that has left nothing on the table as far al an ibeam setup is concerned.
If this is out of you budget look at out non equal length system same as Heidi Steele runs. $5800
Radius arms with transmission xmember
Most defiantly a very bad ass set up.
chris(charlie brown) goes to baja
That is a very "all inclusive" package!