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woah
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i will prolly give them a try in the near future... no one has really tested the fronts, but the rears...

have a problem w/ needing to bend the arm a bit to get the bushings to line up, and if u are really slammed, itll hit the chassis.
 

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Bumping a dead thread...I'm about to try the fronts. Let's see if they're any better than the rears.

On the plus side - doesn't look to be any serious possibly failure points except the adjustable camber part and the bearings there.

Will be torture testing the crap out of them that's for sure.
 

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brontosaurus
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Any weight savings by switching to these? They seem like a steal seeing as they have nicer bushings and what not. It would be nice if they offered front and rear lcas. Cheaper alternative to the v8 roadster tubular arms.
 

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woah
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Bumping a dead thread...I'm about to try the fronts. Let's see if they're any better than the rears.

On the plus side - doesn't look to be any serious possibly failure points except the adjustable camber part and the bearings there.

Will be torture testing the crap out of them that's for sure.
i wouldnt worry too much, UCAs on miatas dont hold any weight, they're really just there to hold alignment figures
 
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