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    Default KE70 AE86 front subframe RIGID COLLAR kit NEW


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    RIGID COLLAR kit for TOYOTA Corolla Sprinter Trueno from KE70 to AE86


    VIDEO - http://youtu.be/zWyUD6UXfog

    QUANTITY - 8 Pieces (For FRONT)
    MATERIAL - Aluminum D16t
    HOW to USE - The crevice between the conclusion bolts of a subframe and a body is filled. (Please install by car shop argent)
    The Effects:
    - Improvement in going-straight stability and operation stability
    - The noise fall outside and inside
    - Prevention of wear of a tire
    - Reduction of body drumming by low-grade vibration.
    - Eliminate any play between the chassis and the subframe, thus increasing vehicle stability and suspension precision.






    http://s135.beta.photobucket.com/use...20COLLAR%20kit


    http://www.ebay.com/itm/KE70-AE86-fr...item43b7ddea67


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    Hmm, interesting, this and Ebay pictures add say 8 pieces, but Photobucket pic
    http://m135.photobucket.com/albumvie...bb79d.jpg.html and slide show at bottom of ebay add more pieces, collars for chassis rail, tubes x 2? and more.
    Is it just the 8 collars, or do you get all that is shown in picture below?

    What are the tubes? Do they go through chassis rail for reinforcement?


    Or am I mistaken? Is the photo's of machining process?

    Does the bottom chassis rail bolt collar double as x member locator?







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    So aluminium washers jammed between steel parts known to move, sounds like aluminium will be slowly crushed, unless its a ridiculous grade. Curious as to why steel wasnt used?






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    How strong is D16t Aluminum?
    Can these be made in a high tensile steel version?

    EDIT: found this in reference to Aeronautical question:
    D16T is close equivalent to 2024-T4
    http://cr4.globalspec.com/thread/399...-Russian-Alloy

    And then this on Wikipedia
    It is used in applications requiring high strength to weight ratio
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2024_aluminium_alloy
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    So are these the original spoon branded part:

    http://www.rhdjapan.com/spoon-subfra...eno-ae86-66167

    Or are they remanufactured/made by you?

    I've heard varying results since they hit the market few years ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futo_gt86 View Post
    Hmm, interesting, this and Ebay pictures add say 8 pieces, but Photobucket pic
    http://m135.photobucket.com/albumvie...bb79d.jpg.html and slide show at bottom of ebay add more pieces, collars for chassis rail, tubes x 2? and more.
    Is it just the 8 collars, or do you get all that is shown in picture below?
    What are the tubes? Do they go through chassis rail for reinforcement?

    Or am I mistaken? Is the photo's of machining process?
    No, no, no...
    it's just a picture of all the parts that I did that night. This parts for the engine and for my bike.

    Set includes 4 one-sided collar to center bolt from above.
    And the 4 double sided washers centering x member to the body.

    Quote Originally Posted by Futo_gt86 View Post
    Does the bottom chassis rail bolt collar double as x member locator?
    Yes it is a double, just in this photo is not visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedSpirit View Post
    So aluminium washers jammed between steel parts known to move, sounds like aluminium will be slowly crushed, unless its a ridiculous grade. Curious as to why steel wasnt used?
    No, aluminum will not crushed. It will take the form of holes and will remain so.
    If you do these from steel than in most cases they can not come up.
    After all the cars on which they are installed is not new and the holes in the body and x-members may be different from car to car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Futo_gt86 View Post
    How strong is D16t Aluminum?
    Can these be made in a high tensile steel version?

    EDIT: found this in reference to Aeronautical question:
    D16T is close equivalent to 2024-T4
    http://cr4.globalspec.com/thread/399...-Russian-Alloy

    And then this on Wikipedia
    It is used in applications requiring high strength to weight ratio
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2024_aluminium_alloy

    This is the strongest grade of aluminum, which can be found within a radius of 1500 km.

    I can make it out of steel, but on request.
    Because I do not see the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delazy View Post
    So are these the original spoon branded part:

    http://www.rhdjapan.com/spoon-subfra...eno-ae86-66167

    Or are they remanufactured/made by you?

    I've heard varying results since they hit the market few years ago...
    No, these not original SPOON kit.

    These made by me.
    The first set I made for my AE70, and only after that decided to make them for sale.

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