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Old 10-01-2008, 05:07 PM   #1
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HTP Adjustable Rear Suspension - Toe Arms

HTPerformance.NET is proud to introduce a fully Adjustable Rear Toe Arm set! As many Focus and Mazda 3 tuners lower or even raise their rides to maximize performance, caster and camber angles can become skewed and do not exactly match the drivers’ needs. The HTP Adjustable Rear Toe Arm, when correctly installed will allow the tuner to fully adjust rear toe, and may also aid in achieving caster and camber angles desired for performance suspension installations. Other companies make their arms with inferior components such as paper thin rubber bushings that can wear quickly and are prone to dry rot; the use of mild steel alloys is also a terrible mistake when it comes to long lasting performance. Why make an adjustable STOCK arm? It just doesn’t make sense to us.



HTPerformance Adjustable Rear Toe Arms are made with only the best components:

• Our HTP Toe Arms are easily adjustable with a ¾” open-ended wrench

• Weighs less than the stock toe arms

• Stronger than the stock toe arms

• These sexy rods can replace those ugly rusted OEM arms

• Saves time over removing the old bushings, and pressing in new bushings as well as giving you the added adjustability (which gets you out to the track/street sooner).

• Adjustable Rear Toe Arm body is made from Billet 7075-T651 aircraft grade Aluminum alloy; which is much more expensive than 6061 and 2024. It is well worth the added expense for the additional durability and safety through increased strength.

• The Toe Arm body is red anodized to maintain structural performance over the life the part as well as providing a long lasting surface finish.

• The HTPerformance logo has been Laser Marked on the rod body

• High-grade Jam Nuts provide a locking mechanism for the rod which prevents stripping the rod end threads

• 3-piece QA1 Precision Products, Inc. Rod Ends

Ball:
o 52100 Bearing Steel
o Heat treated
o Hard Chrome Plated
Race:
o Stainless Steel
o Heat Treated
o Self Lubricating Teflon Lined (PTFE) – Much superior to grease fittings!
Body:
o Alloy Steel
o Heat Treated
o Protective Coated for Corrosion Resistance

This is NOT an Economy 2 piece mild steel rod end!

• Corrosion resistant 300-series Stainless Steel Spacers keep the rod end centered

These can be used with ANY strut/shock/spring combination.



This set replaces #4 Illustrated above.

Other companies will tell you that their toe arms alone will allow for every adjustment on the rear suspension, but this is NOT true. Be sure to use camber bolts in the curved upper control arm in conjunction with HTP Adjustable Rear Toe Arms and the stock lower arm camber bolts for the maximum aftermarket suspension adjustability.

If you demand the BEST for your ride, HTP is your go-to company!


MSRP: $175

Place an order on our website or contact sales@htperformance.net to order your set!!!

Add rod end boots for just $13.95











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Old 10-14-2008, 12:15 PM   #2
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adjustable toe arms

just wondering what they look like when on the car...and if anyone else has bought them?

really interested in these...
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just wondering what they look like when on the car...and if anyone else has bought them?

really interested in these...




These were on a customers' car in California. Quite a number of customers have purchased sets of these adjustable rear toe arms!

To see what a typical technician at a Ford Dealers' alignment experience would be with these, we took the 2006 D20 development car to Keene Ford. When we picked up the vehicle the technician told us, " I have never been able to fully align a Focus like this with a lowered suspension." He was highly suprised and impressed at the adjustability with the combination of the upper camper bolt and our HTP Adjustable Rear Toe Arms.

Drop me a line if you are interested, I can surely take care of you!

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Old 11-16-2008, 12:49 AM   #4
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how long would it take to install these u think?
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Old 11-17-2008, 08:52 PM   #5
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I'd say about an hour or less if you have all the tools on hand, and you can get the stock bolts out easy.
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Old 11-17-2008, 09:32 PM   #6
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Corrosion is the likeliest cause for any delay in installing these. If your car is newer or don't have harsh winter conditions like we do up here in New England, then it will likely be less than an hour for installation. If you have significant corrosion on your bolts, look for some solutions to that and consider replacement hardware before you tackle the job.
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Looking to do a group buy for Christmas on these fine suspension pieces! Who may be interested? I can put together pricing after you post up your interest.

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how much for a group by?
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Who else is interested so I can work on pricing?
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i'd be interested in a group buy!
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