The V2 GKTECH Rear Lower Control Arms (aka LCA's) are built to a high standard and are far from the generic garbage that most people are used to, but at a very reasonable price. These arms are CAD designed, FEA tested, track tested (including 2 accidental crashes), have CNC machined ends, they're mandrel bent, CNC tube notched and TIG welded and to finish the arms off they're E-coated (aka electrophoresis coating) for rust prevention.
To top it off we're exclusively using high-quality Teflon lined bearings (over $140 in bearings cost for the pair on their own) Our rear lower control arms allow for + or - 15mm's of track width and are the only LCA's that we know of that allow adjustment perpendicular to the centreline of the car which means that as you change the width your wheel doesn't push further back or forward into the wheel arch (unintentionally altering your suspension curves).
Wider track for FR cars gives more grip and less body roll and by adjusting the rear LCA's you can alter a vehicles understeer/oversteer properties.
- Feature 5/8" Teflon lined spherical (inner) and high
- alignment3/4sphericals(outer) which eliminates the flex found in factory rubber bushing offering a more direct and predictable feel.
- Manufactured fromchromoly22mm OD (2.5mm wall) tube and 4130chromolysheet with CNC machined ends.
- CAD designed, FEA tested, CNC machined ends, CNC mandrel bent arms, CNC tube notched and TIG welded
Want more technical information, product benefits and a look into the design process? Click here: https://au.gktech.com/v2-adjustable-rear-lower-control-arms
NOTE: If you are intending on running the rear LCA's any wider than 10mm's over factory it is recommended that you run axle spacers as seen here:https://au.gktech.com/v2-axle-spacers-5mm-10mm-or-15mm
NOTE#2: If you're are intending on running the rear LCA's any shorter than around -5mm please ensure that your suspension arms have adequate inward adjustment.
NOTE#3: If you are intending on running the rear LCA's shorter than the OEM arms please ensure that your upper arms have adequate adjustment based on your setup. A raised subframe and/or drop knuckles both reduce the amount of negative adjustment available.
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FAQsWill these fit my car?
We can only confirm fitment for the vehicles listed above under confirmed fitment.
How long is the warranty on these arms?
All GKTECH suspension arms come with a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects.
The Teflon lined rose joints come with a 1 year replacement warranty.
We stock spare bearings so even after the 12 months is up we can still help with replacements, worse case scenario they're a 5/8 rose joint for the inner bearings and a 3/4 for the outer (ball joint) and are readily available through your local autoshop.
Are these suspension arms legal for use on street cars?
Our understanding is that any suspension arm with a rose joint is not legal for street use in Australia. However we do recommend that you contact your local RTA for clarification/confirmation. Whether you use a suspension arm with a rose joint on public roads is at your discretion.
Are there any special tools required?
No, a spanner set will do the job which we do sell separately here - Open ended spanners
Do you carry spare parts for this product?
Yes we carry the following spare parts for this product;Do you carry spare parts for this product? Yes we carry the following spare parts for this product, PCML12TES - https://au.gktech.com/replacement-pcml12tes-bearing
YPB12T - https://au.gktech.com/replacement-ypb12t-ball-joint-bearing
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The suspension is great but tightening the nylocks is not. You have to have a SIGNIFICANT amount of force on the nylock to tighten it (prevailing force). I understand from a theoretical standpoint as to why they’re used since they can’t come loose easy but from an install and removal standpoint if you can’t tighten the nut down then what’s the use? It would make more sense to just use threadlocker as opposed to a nylock or even just following a torque spec. oem has zero issues with a torque spec they don’t loosen from my experience. I had to use a floor jack and compress the suspension all on the ratchet just to tighten these nylocks down once everything was in place. Id also have to assume it’s supposed to be tightened to oem torque specs anyway so I don’t understand the reasoning for needing a nylock? I’d suggest replacing the nuts themselves honestly. Not the best idea.
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Y’all are great. I kept messing up my orders and needing to change shipping methods. Delivery address and you guys took care of it asap. Thank you guys again for the excellent service
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