Join Date: Apr 1999
Location: Newbury Park, CA
First interference problem is the upper A-arm. Second is the rear section of the subframe. With these two cured everything else fit, but the lower A-arms are very close. Shortening the turning radius + narrower arm + limiting the rebound was the way I made them fit. The reduction in turning/rebound has not been a major factor.
I also run a lot of camber and castor (-2 / 6*). There's more room to work around the arms if the alignment is limited to -0.5* / 3* but you won't get the full benefit of the tire. For aggressive street driving -1* / 6* with a fairly stiff front spring works well.
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