Black Ops Autoworks is proud to once again bring you the absolute best parts made to solve a real problem on the WK2 Chassis.
For the many of you who have lowered your ride, you know that doing so causes your Camber to go out-of-spec negative Front and Rear. Our popular Billet Adjustable Rear Upper Control Arms have helped hundreds of you get the rear adjusted back into spec, but until now there has not been a good solution for the front.
These arms are designed to be stronger than the OEM stamped steel arms while at the same time allowing a full range of adjustment using our special, laser-cut stainless steel locking tabs. These tabs allow approximately plus-or-minus 1.2 degrees of camber adjustment in the front (with a little more being available in special circumstances).
We use a Made in the USA stainless steel, TEFLON-lined spherical bearing with all stainless retaining rings. We even Loctite the bearing in place during assembly to ensure it never tries to move or spin. Our new bearing cover keeps the top of the bearing clean which helps it to live a long and happy life.
All hardware you need is included (factory inboard mount bolts are retained) and this system is 100% compatible with the factory ride-height sensor system. So, install them easily, get to the alignment shop to get them dialed in, and put an end to excessive tire wear, unpredictable handling, and lack of traction from a bad alignment.
Engineered, manufactured, assembled and packaged in the USA using nearly 100% USA-made parts, there simply is not a better front alignment solution in existence for the WK2 chassis.
Please make sure you use the supplied Silicone lube before install to avoid the Stiffer bushing from squeaking, Energy Suspension bushings are known to squeak if not lubed
Black Ops Auto Works Swaybar Endlinks
These replace the flimsy OEM links with rigid, CNC-machined billet aluminum parts. We use urethane ball sockets in the ends to ensure proper endlink function with no additional noise or vibration.
Sold by the set 4pcs (front and rears)
NOTE: These arms are Stress analyzed using Finite Element Analysis or FEA. What is Finite Element Analysis?
Finite Element Analysis is based on the premise that an approximate solution to any complex engineering problem can be reached by subdividing the problem into smaller, more manageable (finite) elements. Using finite elements, complex partial differential equations that describe the behavior of structures can be reduced to a set of linear equations that can easily be solved using the standard techniques of matrix algebra.
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