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Old 19th August 2014, 21:24
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They were fitted to mine to allow fitment of the Bmw straight 6, which will not really fit with an anti roll bar.

I suspect your skipping problem is more likely to be a combination of too heavy arb (the 24mm is the best), tyre pressures and steering geometry.

The advantage of compression struts and adjustable track control arms is that you can then set up the front end steering and suspension geometry precisely and easily at a professional 4 wheel laser tracking outfit, which would not be possible with an arb and messing around with shims on the tca mounts.

Compbrake are well thought of but will need minor mods on the strut length, which is straight forward to do. If you have a look on the moc site forum cosworthlee fitted compbrake struts and tca's, there are pictures on the listing.

I think most folks have gone with about 1 degree of camber with 4 degree of caster.

John
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