SPC UCA’s

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SPC is really close to releasing a retrofit kit to put their xAxis bushings in the 3rd gen arms. And will also soon be selling the arms with the xAxis from the start.


Here is the video for the 2nd gen taco arm, the one for the 3rd gen T4R will be available before the end of the year.

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Are you running a TC spindle gusset? I am on mine and without running the ball joint in the furthest out position the gusset contacts my coil bucket and chunks it up. Just curious if there's a way around it because as of now I have to fix my alignment issues with the lower cams to maintain clearance up top
It helps to smooth out both sides around the corner of the spindle. Before and after pics. d462e3cdb6a66bc9b4086dfc900d6bd7.jpg 39c542f899d80cff790f6ebe05c76c5f (1).jpg
 
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I will be attempting putting these, as well as cam tab gussets when I replace my LCA bushings with White Line bushings, drop the front down, and start clearing for 35s.

I am currently on the G setting. (furthest wheel forward, away from firewall). This is the setting I hear most about the TC spindle gussets hitting the shock tower.

Do you think it is worth bringing the SPC back a few settings to help avoid contact, or just try to modify either the upper tower or gusset to gain clearance?

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#24
SPC is really close to releasing a retrofit kit to put their xAxis bushings in the 3rd gen arms. And will also soon be selling the arms with the xAxis from the start.


Here is the video for the 2nd gen taco arm, the one for the 3rd gen T4R will be available before the end of the year.

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So what is the benefit of the xAxis joint over the stock bushings? Are they supposed to last longer?
Any idea when these will be available. I need these bad.
 
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No Poly - noise free
Free rotating inner - no binding/twisting and no requirement to torque at ride height
Rubber isolation around joint - improved NVH
sealed/booted joint to prevent contamination
 
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SPC is really close to releasing a retrofit kit to put their xAxis bushings in the 3rd gen arms. And will also soon be selling the arms with the xAxis from the start.


Here is the video for the 2nd gen taco arm, the one for the 3rd gen T4R will be available before the end of the year.

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Do you have an approximate date of how soon? I just bought some SPC arms from Wheeler's over black friday and won't be able to install them until late this month or early January. I'm thinking I could maybe get the retro kit or send them back the arms for new ones with the new bushings already pressed in depending on how long it will be.
 

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