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    so i got to compare the 2 the other day , ill post up the measurements tonight but the Ke70 one was noticably shorter and the position of the rack end mount was more toward the inner then the ae86 arm.


    was just wondering if their good to use, has anyone used them?

    can someone clarify this for me:
    having a shorter steering arm, does this allow for the rack to move the nuckle/hub to a greater steering angle because it brings the rackend/tierod angle more perpendicluar to the toe angle? im not quite clued up on this yet.

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    they are good to use if u plan on using the ke70 struts
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    which is crap because ae86 struts give you:

    - 2 inch strut, many, many performance shock choices
    - option for RCA's, again, many choices
    - 86 solid or JDM vented brakes (15mm~ bigger than ke70 brakes)
    - which gives the option for many, many more proper performance pads
    - also gives the option for FC caliper brake upgrade
    - Can use P/S arms for more lock

    So basically ke70 struts are shit.

    AE86 struts are good
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    i used ke70 arms and a lock spacer was not great but was better than stock???
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    so basically the answer is u cant use them with 86 struts.. thats pretty much all i needed because i wasnt aware of this.. Definatly going 86 struts but just noticing the shorter ke70 arms made me think about using them... obviously its a no go..
    thanks for the info guys!

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    i hear there pretty good for throwing at jews
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    Quote Originally Posted by sonsta View Post
    i hear there pretty good for throwing at jews
    dude that is rank! i heard its fun to toss a penny between them watch them fight to the death ( quote jeff dunnham ,achmed the dead terrorist).. hahah its helarious youtube his name

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