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Front Radius Arms
We take Original Land Rover Front Radius arms and modify them to Crank the Chassis Ends, we can also Caster Correct the Axle ends.
We use Original Land Rover Arms as these are very strong arms, there is a reason why Land Rover made these Front Arms and their Rear A-Frame Arms in the way that they did, they are much stronger than a lot of the After Market Fabricated type Front Arms.
We do this on an exchange basis, we will send arms with a SURCHARGE that we will refund upon receipt of some good straight undamaged arms back from you, or you can send some good arms to us first.
Cranking the Chassis Ends of Front Arms takes the pressure off the Chassis Bushes after a suspension lift, this also helps with flex off road as the bushes are not already under strain.
On a lift under 2 inch we only recommend the Chassis End of the front arms are bent just to take the pressure off the Chassis Bushes.
Caster Correcting the Axle Ends after a suspension lift rotates the Front Axle (drops the diff nose back down) This brings the suspension geometry back to the same as it is at Standard Height, this will improve steering response and self centring.
On a lift 2 inch and above then you will find the only way to improve steering is to Caster Correct, this is done by bending the Axle Ends of the arms to bring the axle back in line, we also crank the rear part of our Caster Corrected Arms to take the pressure off the chassis bush.
We see a lot of the After Market Caster Corrected Front Arms do not have the Chassis Ends Cranked as well, this means your Chassis Bushes are left under pressure after your lift and so can’t flex as well when off road.
If your Land Rover is mainly Off Road use doing little Road Work, then all you need is the Chassis Ends cranking to take the strain off the Chassis Bushs.
If used On Road and the steering is wondering then Caster Correction will help this.
Please note:- Caster Correction can cause Propshaft vibration as it steepens the angles Propshaft UJs are running at, steeper angles cause vibration problems, the only way to help with this is to fit a Double Cardan Propshaft
There are 2 types of arms, NARROW 38mm and WIDE 44mm, to check this you measure the very front of the arms, NARROW arms are normally fitted to early Defenders.
This is a price of what we can do on the front arms, price is per PAIR of arms and including VAT.
Bend the chassis end only to help the chassis bush:- £48.00
This is to take the pressure off the chassis bushes and will help with suspension drop out travel.
Bend both ends Castor Correction:- £120.00
This is to help with steering problems if you have them, it brings the axle back in align after a suspension lift, also the chassis ends are bent to help the Chassis Bushes.
Arms can be GALVANISED at an extra cost, add £60.00
Surcharge for 2 arms if you can’t send some back :- £72.00
Please note:- Caster Correction can cause propshaft vibration and a Double Cardan Propshaft will be required to help the vibrations.
Part Numbers and Prices inc VAT, these prices also include the refundable £72.00 surcharge :-
- GL1194 :- Pair Front Arms NARROW 38mm, Chassis Ends Bent, Plain Steel, inc £72 SURCHARGE £120.00
- GL1209 :- Pair Front Arms NARROW 38mm, Chassis Ends Bent, GALVANISED, inc £72 SURCHARGE £180.00
- GL1191:- Pair Front Arms NARROW 38mm, 3 degree Caster Correction inc Chassis Ends Bent, Plain Steel , inc £72 SURCHARGE £192.00
- GL1190 :- Pair Front Arms NARROW 38mm, 3 degree Caster Correction inc Chassis Ends Bent, GLAVANISED, inc £72 SURCHARGE £252.00
- GL1195 :- Pair Front Arms WIDE 44mm, Chassis Ends Bent, Plain Steel, inc £72 SURCHARGE £120.00
- GL1210 :– Pair Front Arms WIDE 44mm, Chassis Ends Bent, GALVANISED, inc £72 SURCHARGE £180.00
- GL1193:- Pair Front Arms WIDE 44mm, 3 degree Caster Correction inc Chassis Ends Bent, Plain Steel, inc £72 SURCHARGE £192.00
- GL1192 :- Pair Front Arms WIDE 44mm, 3 degree Caster Correction inc Chassis Ends Bent, GALVANISED, inc £72 SURCHARGE £252.00