Parts Shop MAX :: Forums :: MAXに質問 Ask MAX :: 作ってもらいたいパーツ Wish List
Basic urethane adjustable multilink suspension parts FOR YOUR MISSILE << Previous thread | Next thread >>
Go to page       >>  
Moderators: Parts Shop Max, Dan at MAX USA
Author Post
Dan at MAX USA
Fri Jan 20 2012, 12:22AM

Registered Member #2
Joined: Sun Jan 21 2007, 01:28PM

Posts: 2866
I've been working on this concept since the creation of our PRO multilink.

I want to see if you guys are on board with where this idea is headed.

Some of our parts have gone through 5 generations in just 5 years, and each step along the way they have become more sophisticated adding more features and expense along the way. We consider it our job to think of how to make things better every day, and the PRO multilink is the toughest, longest lasting, trouble free, most beautiful suspension parts out there with all of the best features. Now I wonder no matter how fantastic they are, if we have left some customers behind who just don't have the money to pay $920 for RUCA TRAC TOE & TEN rods?

So I thought, what if we make a basic multilink that is simple, light weight, and inexpensive to fill the void? I came up with this design for a urethane based notch adjustable multilink without any bling that has more toughness than anything out there in the lowest price bracket. I have a feeling our competition is slanging loads of china spherical rod end based crap with shitty thread tolerances and shitty materials. Can a urethane based multilink priced real low beat out the chinaspeed bearing rods? I wonder if people will be down with this or if they think bearing is better than bushing regardless of the trash status of current low priced offerings?


~ Powder coat grey finish to keep your street machine on the DL
~ Chrome-Moly Tube
~ Pure Urethane Bushings
~ Made in the USA
~ Lifetime warranty on rods, Cheap replacement bushings in stock in USA
~ Same lowered car clearance design as our PRO arms
~ Solid arms (without threaded adjusters) for max strength & cant come loose
~ 35mm of infinite adjustability for RUCA and TOE from stock length all in the direction lowered cars need
~ Traction rod adjustable in 7mm steps to center your rear wheel when viewed from the side
~ Tension rod is adjustable 35mm in both directions for +/- caster adjustment
~ Do can do your own rough alignment based on our data of which hole to use and the eccentric bolt setting for your ride height
~ Priced to compete with the low price leaders

Back to top
Fri Jan 20 2012, 01:14AM
Registered Member #1048
Joined: Fri May 06 2011, 09:06PM

Posts: 56
this makes too much sense!
Back to top
Fri Jan 20 2012, 01:56AM
Registered Member #1049
Joined: Mon May 09 2011, 02:25AM

Posts: 47
Love it! Such a good alternative to crappy china arms
Back to top
Fri Jan 20 2012, 04:55AM
Registered Member #580
Joined: Mon Jul 13 2009, 11:02AM

Posts: 155
I don't drive an s-chassis but this seems like a really good idea for someone wanting to do a budget build.
Back to top
Fri Jan 20 2012, 06:50AM
Registered Member #499
Joined: Tue Feb 17 2009, 04:26PM

Posts: 94
I think this is nothing short of brilliant. I left a bunch of feedback on facebook
Back to top
Dan at MAX USA
Fri Jan 20 2012, 01:34PM

Registered Member #2
Joined: Sun Jan 21 2007, 01:28PM

Posts: 2866
Thanks for the feedback guys.
Back to top
Fri Jan 20 2012, 06:00PM
Registered Member #938
Joined: Sun Jan 09 2011, 11:29PM

Posts: 29

My Battle Version ae86 lateral rod has 1 bushing and 1 heim for a "street" application, they call it 50/50. & since I was going to make my own 4 link with a machinist friend, I thought about making it the same way.

Will this design be similar for your ae86 multilink? I thought I read you were maybe working on one.

[ Edited Fri Jan 20 2012, 06:01PM ]
Back to top
Fri Jan 20 2012, 10:30PM
Registered Member #1157
Joined: Fri Oct 21 2011, 08:51PM

Posts: 1
do it up...would love to get a set of these on the cheap
Back to top
Sat Jan 21 2012, 12:45PM
Registered Member #708
Joined: Sun Feb 28 2010, 12:22PM

Posts: 653
dan everyone loves cheap get it man.
Back to top
Sun Jan 22 2012, 12:49AM
Registered Member #439
Joined: Sat Sep 27 2008, 07:50PM

Posts: 103
dan, you are a pioneer.
Back to top
Go to page       >>   

Jump:     Back to top

Syndicate this thread: rss 0.92 Syndicate this thread: rss 2.0 Syndicate this thread: RDF
Powered by e107 Forum System