For those who have converted to "true" coilovers in the rear suspension (rear spring relocated over shock) and no longer need the mid link to hold the rear springs, our SPL TITANIUM rear toe links replace the stock mid links to provide a wide range of toe adjustment, necessary for lowered cars or for performance alignments.
Our SPL TITANIUM series toe links feature 1.25" 4130 chromoly tubing that is slipped over a CNC machined threaded sleeve then TIG welded, making our links extremely strong yet lightweight. Our exclusive 4130 chromoly hybrid adjuster offers quick and precise adjustment, and is CNC gundrilled to reduce weight. Blue anodized titanium hardware shaves even more unsprung weight from the arms, without compromising strength.
3 piece FK Bearings rod ends manufactured in Connecticut feature a Teflon liner to provide quiet operation, low friction, smooth articulation and eliminates bushing deflection under load. The PTFE liner is chemically bonded to the inner diameter of the race. The liner offers a very high load carrying capacity and has greatly increased dynamic wear characteristics. The operating temperatures of the liner ranges from -65º to 325ºF offering robust reliability for both street and track use.
Pair with our SPL TITANIUM series rear camber links and SPL eccentric lockout kit for total rear camber and toe alignment with "zero-slip".
Adjustment specs: Toe adjustment range is +/- 6deg from stock arm.
Sold as a pair.
Made in the USA.
2009+ Nissan 370Z (Z34)
2007-2008 Infiniti G35 Sedan (V35)
2008+ Infiniti G37 (V36)
Need a replacement rod end?
Posted by Unknown on 12th Sep 2015
I bought these arms in conjunction with the camber arms and traction arms. I'm on a fairly moderate drop on my 2014 Q60S (.75"-1.00" tire to fender clearance, stock 19" wheels), and after the alignment the arms have been adjusted almost .250" above max. At the max setting, these arms don't meet the length of the stock spring basket. I can't confirm that the Q60 and G37 have the exact same suspension, but it's worth looking into.
Material-wise, I feel like these are the best arms on the market. The ease of adjustability makes them that much more attractive. They handle very well in conjuction with true rear coilovers even slightly past max adjustment. Would definitely recommend.
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