Is there sleeve kits available to address this problem? Or do I get a machinist guy to make and fit a custom made sleeve.
Also want to heat and bend the steering arms to clear my dropped axle. The car will use a bolt on steering arm on one side like this for push/pull manual steering: https://images.app.goo.gl/V81nifsZLc7UB4CK7
and be fitted with 14" wheels with minimal width tyres, hardly something likely to stress the axles steering arms reduced now to only linking both sides. I posted a link in 2020 to a how-to on bending steering arms and got trash canned I now regret posting it.
Although people here say it is against the law & "dangerous" which is unscientific because like Maffra revealed it then becomes safe if the government sells you a license to do it.
Maffra wrote: ↑Tue Mar 24, 2020 9:55 pm If you want to bend steering arms in Australia get someone who knows what they are doing and provides an engineering certificate for their work. My understanding is that Gary Page in Victoria is the only person in Australia that can do it with such aa certificate.
If that is what is required, frankly it is pointless arguing against it !