– Aluminum tubes, black anodized
– Chromoly body, Teflon-lined 2-pc heims
– 6061 aluminum standoffs
– Heat treated chromoly tapered outer studs
– No more using the OE cam bolt to make toe adjustments. That bolt commonly corrodes and seizes in place making adjustments impossible. Toe adjustments are as simple as loosening two jam nuts and turning the tube in either direction.
– Weight savings! These weigh in at 1 lb 9 oz per arm. Compared to the OE toe arm that weighs in at 3 lbs each. So, total weight savings for the pair of toe arms is ~2.8 lbs.
– Adjustable arm angle to make adjustments to rear bump steer. It’s as simple as removing the lower nut and moving around the shim stack on the tapered stud. This is not very important to most people on these cars, but I figured it was worth mentioning for the guys that do want to play with it. For most people and most applications, you’ll just adjust the arm angle so that it closely matches the LCA angle and that’s it. Pretty simple. And I will have it preset that way too, so you won’t need to mess with it unless you want to.
These will fit any 1995-99 4G63-powered Eclipse/Talon. They install using the existing bolt and nut on the inboard end. Or you can use an M12x90mm bolt and nut, but the factory bolt is recommended to maintain a precise location within the slot on the subframe.
(Arms are sold as a pair and priced as a pair)
Recommended heim boot: Large
Click to download: Toe Arm install and care guide
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