Adjustable upper control arm, tubular lower control arm, Bilstein coil-over shocks, power rack and pinion steering, power assist PBR dual piston front brakes, 11" vented rotors.|
NOTE: I later mounted the shocks with the bodies down due to a rash of unexplained shock shaft breakeage. I verified in my case there was no binding so I flipped them over exactly opposite of their oreintation in this photo. They made it 2000 miles like this before FFR found the springs were the cause of the failures. FFR sent me new springs and I still have the shocks mounted body down, just for peace of mind. Even with the defective springs, there was NEVER a broken shock when mounted body down. My theory is the placing the robust end down where the greatest forces are is the key.
NOTE: FFR recalled these shocks in 2009 so I replaced all of them with the stronger Koni shocks.