posted February 02, 2004 07:15 PM
i was just looking at a friends street stock roller and noticed the center link looked to be on backwards and inner tie rod ends came in from front of car instead of bfromcross member seemed to give alot more clearance brtweencenterlink and cross member ive seen them get bent and jam up steerng due to getting stuck where lower control arm bolt is. is there any advantage to this i never saw this and he didnt realize it was that way would it help bump steer or anything i didnt look real close to see and motor is not in so everything would look different at ride height.
posted February 02, 2004 07:31 PM
I did the same thing I greatly helps with bump steer I have none at all our tech look at it and didn't even see it
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posted February 02, 2004 08:57 PM
like i said just wondering whats up there and the engine is not in so i couldnt tell how anythihng is gonna line up.