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    I assume that these are for AE86 rear? How well would they fit on other (Celica) T-series rear ends?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wookster View Post
    I assume that these are for AE86 rear? How well would they fit on other (Celica) T-series rear ends?
    INFOMERCIAL:

    this is where you are in luck

    I have designed these rods with coronas and celicas (and other live axle toyotas in mind)

    this is the only rod on the market that covers the most chassis

    it meant we had to make the turn buckle high tensile

    but now the rods have enough adjustment to cover corona to corolla to celica (shortest to longest) without any compromise in performance

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    new diff end bushes coming soon with a crush tube
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    These also suits xT13x Chassis Corona (albeit in almost the fully 'closed' position) - these have shorter panhards than most other RWD Toyotas (similar length the xX3x Cressida) which is godsent considering if you want an adjustable panhard for these vehicles with this chassis there's almost nothing available.
    You can have any brew you want... as long as it's a Datsun / Corolla / What is that?

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    yep that was our starting point to prevent the old cut and shut methods of the past!

    your car was the test bed

    speaking of which - how is it going?

    Quote Originally Posted by Javal View Post
    These also suits xT13x Chassis Corona (albeit in almost the fully 'closed' position) - these have shorter panhards than most other RWD Toyotas (similar length the xX3x Cressida) which is godsent considering if you want an adjustable panhard for these vehicles with this chassis there's almost nothing available.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJPS View Post
    yep that was our starting point to prevent the old cut and shut methods of the past!

    your car was the test bed

    speaking of which - how is it going?
    It's still stowed away locally waiting to go to Kelway and get the guards done, hopefully it'll be back with me in a month or so.
    You can have any brew you want... as long as it's a Datsun / Corolla / What is that?

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