call Kevin Zagar at Coolrydes in San Diego, Ca. I believe he has some narrowed arms on the shelf and will be making more next month. They are engineered with the proper camber set in them. Great guy ...

Try mike Herbert @ Rancho Transaxles 

You can also use 944 trailing arms and swap left to right when you use those 

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LI-Rick posted:
Anthony posted:

 

You can also use 944 trailing arms and swap left to right when you use those 

What does this accomplish?  

I'm going to guess it gives you slightly negative camber when lowered? Some are even aluminum, but I believe there's not much weight difference from type 1 trailing arms. The problem is 944 arms are too wide (1"? wider than type 1), and I'm of the understanding that there's no easy or cost effective way to narrow them like there is with type 1 arms. Al

I know that no one on this list has desired except myself has desire to have hubcentric rear wheel hubs for disc brakes.

Anyone know if using 944 stub axle’s would fit with our existing axles and CV joints. And if they would be any wider ?

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