ASPEC is just the shocks/struts. I got the regular RSX tierod ends, but I think all DC-5 are the same. Somewhere there's a part number here for the larger nut to fit it - look back a few pages.
Ingalls, SPC, hardrace and buddy club are the only ones that I would consider. Don't be cheap on your camber kit, broken camber arms are no fun :thumbsdowEnergy suspension:thumbsup: and camber arms...any brands that you can think that I should check into? Thanks man! Can't wait to get started on this! :noes:
I used a hacksaw and a bastard file lol I took my sweet ass time doing it. I had an extra strut laying around so I just constantly measured as I did it, took me about a week since I only did a little at a time.Mine was really an easy project, but the main thing was grinding down those spacers. Some folks have been known to press them out and then press in the thinner spacers. We just used a micrometer and went to town. 0.1" off each side of each strut. (to match the one that came off the vehicle.)
My technique was to hold it in the vice, grind for about 20 seconds, pour some water on it and repeat. Took about 15 minutes per side and I took like 5 minute break between each strut, so 1.5 hours total for the damned grinding. The local machinist isn't available on weekends, otherwise I would have had the correct spacers pressed in. : /I used a hacksaw and a bastard file lol I took my sweet ass time doing it. I had an extra strut laying around so I just constantly measured as I did it, took me about a week since I only did a little at a time.