Thanks for all this mate.
UCA for UC's are not cheap these days as people have been using them for a fair while now on LX / H to correct steering issues that were built into the car
They are getting thinner on the ground
Have a read here to get an insight as to what you may need to do - just putting the UC control arms will not solve the problems -- http://www.gmh-toran...-lx-rts-uc-rts/
Also have a hand typed "what you need to do" from another member here regarding the front end set up - happy to post you a copy
I bought a whole UC car just for the arms for 300 a long time ago - mind you i got a lot of good bits off it as the body was completely stuffed
Maybe worth having a close look at that diff for lengths etc - if it has been dragged it could be cut to any length - hence the spacer as they might have needed clearance going back to a standard rim - may stuff you round later on
The caliper mounting plate is like nothing i have seen before and looks like it has been made to suit the application it was used in... it may be worth removing and going back to a standard set up
I built a Salisbury for mine using an old Statesman diff with the disc brake set up and had no issues bar the control arm mounting points which were modded and the length which i cut to suit the car
I have been reading heaps about it but I am not a mechanic. Love learning about it all as I go along though.
I brought if control arms the other day and they arrived on Friday.
I will need to replace the ball joints etc but theh are on goof condition. Got em delivered for $550.
I plan to upgrade the front with the hz stub axles, calipers, rotors and harrop steering arms as statler already posted for me.
I have been reading alot about the calipers not having clearance though so I am still researching the best ones to get and which way to go now.
What's ur opinion on best hz calipers to get?
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