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Thread: DMCMW aluminum LCA

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    Owen's bolt on thrust arm:

    OwenMalbecTriangulation.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by durech View Post
    I talked to Steven at DMCH a few months ago and he said they were going to be designing a proper double-wishbone for the new Deloreans to be produced starting next year. He said it would be upgradeable to existing vehicles (but God knows what it they'll charge for it). No further word on it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan S. View Post
    Clint helped me install them yesterday. Able to transfer Toby's front sway bar kit bushings to new LCAs. Car felt the same as before. No differences and no issues. My old LCAs looked pretty terrible compare to aluminum LCAs.

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    One question please on picture number 4
    Did you add a washer between the ball joint and the frame?
    On mine it move a little bit, and thinking to add two of them on each side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris 16409 View Post
    This was shown in a DeLorean World magazine:

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    Does anyone have more info on this setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny View Post
    Does anyone have more info on this setup?
    Toby never brought this to market. But it should be easy to put together. You need to source M12 eye swivels, and couplers. Mcmaster Car would have what you need. Do a search on eBay too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delorean Industries View Post
    Give me 98 days to go through the process and test.
    Any update on the availability of this part?
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    Bill,

    Any reason you couldn't put 2 of these on each arm to fully triangulate them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by content22207_2 View Post
    Owen's bolt on thrust arm:

    OwenMalbecTriangulation.jpg

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