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XSHOCKDAKAR -- SUZUKI JIMNY CASTER CORRECTED RADIUS ARMS

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07 Jan 2020 17:06 #217087 by Laminak
Hi all,
I have a jimny with a 2" lift kit and I would like to find the original castor angle.
In addition, I mounted 205 r16. And on the rough roads, I find it difficult to maintain my trajectory.

Who knows this brand and what do you think of these caster corrected arms


Thanks for your help and excuse me for my english

Ma Biquette
Jimny Cab 2001 1.3 SOHC - Green Filter - Snorkel - INSA TURBO 205/70 R15 - Jimnybits 2" lift kit

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07 Jan 2020 18:33 - 07 Jan 2020 18:33 #217089 by Daniel30
You could just change to corrected bushes at the front with a 2'' lift
Last edit: 07 Jan 2020 18:33 by Daniel30.

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07 Jan 2020 19:09 #217091 by jackonlyjack
If it says those arms are for + 3" lift just buy and fit you will not be disappointed
I have 2" suspension lift But i use + 3" arms all round and it drives very well

I will be buying + 4" arms next time to run with a 2" lift someone on here runs this set up
and what he said impressed me :)

Jack
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08 Jan 2020 08:36 #217097 by giacomom

Daniel30 wrote: You could just change to corrected bushes at the front with a 2'' lift


Hi Daniel30

unfortunately not enough ..
I mounted them on the front of front control arm, but the caster is now at -3 ° when it should be + 1.5 °

Giacomo

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08 Jan 2020 10:40 #217103 by thompo
There is enough room on the axle to arm mount to redrill the fwd hole by 6º.

This gives you enough to correct for about 3"/75mm lift. Worked well on mine, front springs are now straight and the steering is as normal.
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