Some of you guys are coming up with some decent improvements but why are you still applying the suspension to the upper? For the sake of a bolt on kit?
I can honestly say that this has happend, someone mentions something and a day later I show some photos.............not this time there is way more thaught in this one. It has been rolling around in my head from time to time. I have to take things one step at a time as I am not a big corporation with a full time staff.The stock upper control arms are mounted to a shaft which is bolted to the frame. If it bolts on, it can be moved around. To go a step further, the bulky shaft assembly can be eliminated by use of rod ends on the control arm. Bolt in adapter plate goes where the shaft was.
Now is when you tell me it's already done.
You are right Tom I'm not done yet and SNS will be the first group to find out :yes:Here's my take.
...............I don't think Church is done yet, who knows what he's got up his sleeve.....