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We now carry sets of Billet front Lowers as well as the Uppers. We will be selling the Uppers and Lowers in a package deal also.

Billet Uppers for FFR, TTR and Mustang II (set): $535.00 + $18.00 s/h
Billet Lowers for FFR and TTR (set): $550.00 + $18.00 s/h
Uppers and Lowers for FFR and TTR (both sets): $999.00 + $25.00 s/h

http://www.turntenracing.com/PageTemplate.aspx?pc=BilletParts

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Mike / Turn Ten Racing, Inc.
 

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Mike,

Can you do me a favor and contact Bill about attaching a "Supporting Vendor" image to your avatar?

Thanks.

PS The Control Arms look great!
 

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Very nice units. The look great, however haven't you lost the ease of adjustmnet that the FFR control arms provide?

Are the dollar values US or Canadian?
Any shipping issues from Canada to the USA? Any extra Import taxes added to the shipping? Just read a recent horror story post of shipping charges from Canada to USA.

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Very nice, wish they were available when I started a couple of years ago.
 

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Really nice products. Any possibility of pindrive length LCA's being made?

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Originally posted by Bob Mac:
Very nice units. The look great, however haven't you lost the ease of adjustmnet that the FFR control arms provide?

Are the dollar values US or Canadian?
Any shipping issues from Canada to the USA? Any extra Import taxes added to the shipping? Just read a recent horror story post of shipping charges from Canada to USA.

BobMac
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The units are made in the U.S. and ship from here as well. Prices are in U.S. dollars. They have the same range and ease of adjustablility as the stock FFR units.

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Originally posted by Trevor Meredith:
Really nice products. Any possibility of pindrive length LCA's being made?

Trevor
We will have specially designed uprights to handle the pin-drive length off-set in the next few months. We will also have stock width and pin-drive width IRS billet parts soon.

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Looks good for the guys that have to have billet everything!


As with your uppers, I recommend being very careful to reshim the rod ends after adjustment. Any change in alignment will slightly change the distance between the rod ends. If you do not reshim, you risk loading the rod ends axially in a way they are not intended to be.
 

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Originally posted by Ophitoxaemia:
do you have actual weights? does the weight include the ball joint?
Billet Upper Arm 6.0 lbs. (.5 lbs less than stock)
Billet Lower Arm 5.0 lbs. (2.2 lbs less than stock)

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Discussion Starter · #13 ·
Originally posted by EFNFAST:
Aside from a lighter weight, what advantages do these offer, over, say, cheaper ones from Ford Racing?
They look great, their adjustable (lowers as well as uppers) and they weigh less.

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Arms look great.

I assume the ball joints are beefier and easy to replace ? Where do you get replacement ball joints ?

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Originally posted by chucktoo:
Arms look great.

I assume the ball joints are beefier and easy to replace ? Where do you get replacement ball joints ?

Charlie
They use 95 mustang lower ball joints any parts store will have them.

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Originally posted by RRCOBRA:
Will these work with a front swaybar like VPM's? Also how long is the sale for?
They were not designed with a direct sway bar mount in mind, however, Craig Mapstone of VPM has his shop about 30 miles from us. It would be fairly easy to design brackets for his swaybars to work with these arms. The sale will go until June 1st.

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