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    Sorry if i've missed it somewhere, but are the struts with new cnc'd stubs the same 86 or using stubs with the bigger wheel bearing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmee1990 View Post
    Sorry if i've missed it somewhere, but are the struts with new cnc'd stubs the same 86 or using stubs with the bigger wheel bearing?
    Standard AE86 that im aware of, although you could use your own or find stub axles to suit bigger brakes if you wanted.

    I think we discussed that on page 2.

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    I have a dumb question: Where is the adjustment knob on the front dampers? If it's on the damper rod that will put it at the bottom of the strut and make it rather hard to get to???

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    James we'd love to offer bigger wheel bearing, however that means, new hubs and new bearings themselves which would put these out of reach for a lot of members, if you want to use a strut with the bigger bearing such as xt130 we will still be manufacturing the type that can slip into the original stub.

    Joel: You may be able to see on the first picture that down the bottom is inspection holes in which you can fit your hand to turn the knob, not so hard to do. Just turn the car to full lock and it's easily reachable.

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    Same boat as delazy here, would love a full set in my track bitch but can't justify it until I finish off other aspects of its upgrades as I simply don't drive it currently.

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    Good to hear Derek, would be glad to help when i can. Sent the stubs off yesterday, will keep you guys posted on progress

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    Will you able to supply these custom valved to better suit different engine and diff conversions.?
    I'm faily intrested in these later down the trak but I run an SR and a hilux diff..
    Currently run BC coils, and they have been awesome..
    But these look to be the buisness...
    Also can the rears be supplied as a true coil on spring arrangment.?

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    I was just curious as to which stub, 86 is good for me anyway as jdm brakes are fine for the use my car gets.

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    Jason this can easily be done. In regards to the coilover arrangement we'd have to contact supplier as we haven't done it before with the 86 setup

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