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I am making a set, anyone interested?
I don't see how Heim joints would help with bump steer since both inner and outer tie rod ends are ball joints. To fix bump steer issues you need to relocate the relative position of the tie rod so it's more parallel with the control arm. If you're really low you might even want to do this in conjunction with lower ball joint roll correction spacers.Heim joint ones would be sweet for bumper steer adjustment too....but I'll end up making my own.
I think I see what your talking about now. You'd put a double shear connection at the inner tie rod and a mounting bolt at the outer tie rod would go through a spacer for bump steer correction. I still like ball joints in this application, though, as they're robust and have the proper taper for the hub.Heim joint ones would be sweet for bumper steer adjustment too....but I'll end up making my own.