Superior Engineering Dropped Radius Arms are generally used on competition trucks where maximum ground clearance is needed, although a trend is growing in Australia to fit these Radius arms into non-competition Vehicles.
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Benefits of Superior Drop Radius Arms
- Manufactured from High Tensile Plate
- High Tensile Bar Bush Eyes
- Massive 32mm main Beam thickness for maximum strength
- Rubber Bushes pre- fitted into arms
- Laser cut to precise measurement and caster location
- Authentic Superior Engineering Logo machined into side of Arms
- They are manufactured Suitable For various lifts
- Sand blasted with rust prevention applied
- Powder Coated for maximum durability and finish
- High Tensile Bisalloy Plate will not crack unlike Cast Radius Arms
- Allows vehicle to track correctly on road due to correct caster
Fig. 1 shows the Superior Arm deflecting only 4.1mm under load with real world load points.
Fig. 2 shows the Competitor's Arm deflecting 24.91mm under the same load points and loads, almost the same as the width of the Arm itself.
Also of note is the Competitor's Arm deflected to a point that may cause metal fatigue over time, which may lead to total failure.
Cast radius arms are more vulnerable to breaking, leaving your vehicle undrivable and you stranded.
In the event of a major crash or major impact Superior Engineering Radius arms may bend but will never crack and fail
Below is a video of Nissan Patrol GU passing a LT2 Lane Change Test with ease, this test shows the Partol passing the test loaded to GVM at 110km/h.
Proof that Superior Engineering Superflex and Radius Arms can still handle when on-road as well as the added flex off-road.
Note: Factory bump stops may need to be extended depending on the coils and shock combination used.
Due to the huge variances in different weights of vehicles / heights variances and suspension combinations in
vehicles it is highly recommended to move your suspension in the full range of the
shock absorber compression / rebound travel and also taking into consideration coil bind,
check all areas for clearance issues , if you require more assistance in this talk to one of our sales team for further advice
Below is a comparison chart showing different forms of Castor correction and how they compare in Cost, Flex, Handling and Offroad Ability.
This product has passed testing for approval under the NCOP system.
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