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slowgxl
Thu Jan 24 2013, 06:16PM
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soo when are those solid diff mounts coming out?
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Dan at MAX USA
Fri Jan 25 2013, 12:50PM

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between 2-13 and 2-20 on the (round) solid subframe and diff riser, more time until the front 2 stud 3 hole solid mount is available.
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slowgxl
Sat Jan 26 2013, 10:56PM
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Ok cool can't wait! I'm glad someone is making a solid front diff mount for the FC's. Keep up the good work man!
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Dan at MAX USA
Mon Jan 28 2013, 12:08PM

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will do. we are making everything you could want for this cars suspension
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slowgxl
Sat Feb 23 2013, 10:12PM
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hey man saw that you posted the new parts...pumped to order them on my next pay check. also i forgot to ask...are you guys making outer tie rods too? i see you guys made rack spacers.
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Dan at MAX USA
Mon Feb 25 2013, 01:44PM

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The front end angle parts are made to work with the OEM tie rod and tie rod end because the set will include an aggressive rack spacer.
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slowgxl
Tue Feb 26 2013, 05:51PM
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Ah okay....So a lot of people switch to special bearing outer tie rods. Saying that it will help get a little more angle and last longer then stock. What is your take on this? Is it worth switching over or is OEM fine.
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Dan at MAX USA
Tue Feb 26 2013, 06:33PM

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last longer...typically not because the aftermarket ones are the high misalignment type which has a large surface area to gather dirt and then they wear themselves out faster versus the OEM ones that are lubricated and closed to the elements with a boot which lasts longer.
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slowgxl
Thu Feb 28 2013, 10:37PM
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okay cool...thanks for the info Dan.
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Dan at MAX USA
Fri May 03 2013, 06:06PM

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A few new prototypes we are testing now,

Toe Eliminator Bushing

Trailing Arm Rear Upper Bushing

Trailing Arm Front Bushing spherical bearing conversion


[ Edited Fri May 03 2013, 06:11PM ]
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