Commodore VT – VX Rear toe link conversion 12Th June 2002 Version 1.0
suspension. That would still leave a problem with the VX I cars as the hubs would need to be removed and machined with a taper to accept the ball joint style toe link end.
We therefore concluded that it was simply uneconomical and unviable considering all the variables. We calculate that our parts plus those you would need from Holden would still total in excess of $700 with around $350 in fitting labour IF the hubs do not require machining. Even then you will not end up with the improved static camber.
In all honesty, our suggestion would be to wait for a wrecked complete VX II rear-end and have that fitted to your earlier series car. It would probably be the cheapest and easiest solution.
We’d like to thank everyone for their patience on this issue. We hope that you might find this information useful and apologies for any inconvenience.
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