My face hurts now!
This should have been posted with a for sale add.
I still say those horizontal through bolts should have sleeves welded into the frame first, THEN bolt the subframe on.
Holy you know what are they good!
I would have a hard time not welding the brackets to the frame along with the sleeves.
I question the heim joints on the tie-rod ends. While great for precision and feel, heim joints are not idea for common road conditions, haiving no "give" for potholes, bumps. ruts, etc. Rest of the setup looks really good: tubular upper control arms, and a very beefy sway bar.
I would swap the Heim joints for normal tie rod ends, for street use. Not sure how you would though, with the inner rod ends being so much lower than the steering arm on the knuckle. My thinking is the setup is designed with track use in mind rather than street. There's a lot of things that are great on a track but on the street, not so much. Things like solid bushings, light weight brakes, solid engine mounts, etc....
NOW I recognize the car, I think. That's the one for sale on this site from California, yes?
Looks like the same car to me. But I would not put 5k in that front suspension.
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