I am running a D&D unit which I hate!!! They say it is a street unit but the way the FOX control arms were sucked in I don't believe it. Upon initial install the rear two pairs of bolt holes were spread so far apart that I had to use a rachet strap to pull the back of the k-member together to get it to fit. Also, the rack studs are about an 1/8 off center of the actual rack and pinion holes which make taking the rack on and off impossible. Plus the powder coating has already chipped off nicely. Enough of that.
I originally ran '87 FOX GT arms with X2's, urethane bushings, AND 1/4" spacers to keep the tire off the coilover spring. The wheels and tires are 18x9 Cobra Y2K with 5.95bs and 24mm offset wrapped in 255/35BFG KDW2's. At -1.3 camber with the spacer I had about 1/2" or more area between the top of the tire and the inner lip of the fender.
Now, with the SN95 arms, X2's, stock rubber bushings, and NO spacer, I have to run -2.8camber to get the tire to barely clear at FULL compression (we are talking top of rim stuffing all the way up to fender lip). Yet, I like the wider track for sure.
I think that this D&D k-member needs the SN-95 arms just to get the car back to stock FOX track width or slightly wider. I will buy the good stuff next time around.
I kind of wish I would have made a smaller rim choice up front too
Last edited by my81capri; 05-07-2009 at 09:19 AM.