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    Found this while browsing can anyone tell me how it work? doesn't look like your typical RCA.

    http://www.rhdjapan.com/jdm-low/Trus...ter-AE86-56341

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    These are probably better than your normal style of RCA for AE86. It replaces the ball joint end that connects to the steering rod, there for pushing the Lower control arm down like your typical RCA spacer. This is cleaner and probs pits passable ie; they won't notice it. Eitherway, both work the same.

    EDIT: Maybe a good thing for having this is saving weight!

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    Ahh ok now it all makes sense. I think this is exactly what I need because normal spacer RCAs foul my brake rotors and since this thing actually connected to the steering rod it should be perfect.

    Although a little expensive I think I might get one.

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    yer, sounds worth it.

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    When I first saw the picture in that link, I thought someone at Trust must have stuffed up the design. Unlikely. But looking into it further it would seam to me that someone stuffed up at rhdjapan and posted the wrong picture. More likely.

    See the proper website here:
    http://www.trust-power.com/06sus_spr...center_aj.html
    Their roll centre adjuster for AE86 is the traditional spacer as we know them.

    The picture in the first link is for Nissans and other stuff. And if you did use that style of lengthened joint, you would probably also have to use these: (depending on model)
    http://www.trust-power.com/06sus_spr...angle_adj.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny Rochester View Post
    When I first saw the picture in that link, I thought someone at Trust must have stuffed up the design. Unlikely. But looking into it further it would seam to me that someone stuffed up at rhdjapan and posted the wrong picture. More likely.

    See the proper website here:
    http://www.trust-power.com/06sus_spr...center_aj.html
    Their roll centre adjuster for AE86 is the traditional spacer as we know them.

    The picture in the first link is for Nissans and other stuff. And if you did use that style of lengthened joint, you would probably also have to use these: (depending on model)
    http://www.trust-power.com/06sus_spr...angle_adj.html

    Yer, I didn't bother to look. I thought it was possible they made them and that's also true, you will have to run lowered tie rods as well. ghey with aids.

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