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  1. FIGS
    09-18-17 04:31 PM
    @geero, yes, the lower arms and toe links will allow more clearance for wheel fitment and reduce rubbing. Contact us via email to discuss further. [email protected]
  2. geero
    09-14-17 10:42 AM
    I have an 08 IS-F and am running the Greddy/KW coilovers set. The rims that I currently have had some issues clearing the stock brakes so I had to install 10mm spacers on the rear making the setup pretty aggressive and on hard bumps I would get an occasional tire rub on the rears that's just annoying me. Being that I do not want to shave my fenders I was wondering if your Mega-arms / Toe links set up would allow me to adjust the camber on my rear tires so that it would eliminate the tire rubs. Would the toe links allow me to pull the tires in slightly? Thank you and I look forward to hearing about your products.

  3. 929rider
    03-06-15 06:01 AM
    i am interested in the 15 or 16 mm rca's for my 01 gs430 but i'm on tein springs and all stock everything else besides 19" wheels. i'm assuming my alignment is maxed and i don't want any more camber. do these change the angles of the suspension?
    thanks for your help.
  4. FIGS
    08-06-14 03:00 PM
    yes we can make 3GS arms for VIP applications. just send an email. [email protected]
  5. Stevenhy92
    08-04-14 05:34 PM
    Do you guys still carry the mega arms or whatever for an 08 gs350 awd? need some negative camber!
    06-30-14 07:56 AM
    Figs do u still carry the rear carrier bushings and knuckle bushings for the famous squeak of the second gen gs300??
  7. djhydro
    07-15-12 12:44 AM
    Figs can u please provide pricing for BC Coilovers for 2008 lexus ISF
  8. LiLS
    07-09-12 02:40 PM
    i had a question for ya in the isf thread can ya hit me back up sir
  9. FIGS
    05-03-12 09:29 AM
    the toe links are out of stock for at least 4 weeks. Out of parts. The stock eccentric mount is moved in so that you can adjust the length of the toe linkage for alignment, not just the inner mount location. By moving it inward you gaurantee the max link length and thus the longest sweep arc during travel. This minimizes the bumpsteer in the rear.
  10. yota83
    05-03-12 07:27 AM
    Your website says your out of stock of the toe links for the MK2 GS. When will you have more in stock? I have another question regarding the installation also. "the inner cam eccentric bolt should be rotated such that the mount is all the way inward". <--- does this mean have the cam bolt in a sense its "toe in?"

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